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socialmediatoday.com — The background chatter about teens leaving Facebook has been steadily increasing in volume practically all year. It's well known that teens are beginning to feel crowded out on the Zuckerberg owned network by all the parents, aunts, uncles, and other undesirable adult types that have been cropping up on it.
theregister.co.uk — German brewers concerned about water purity plead case to Merkel The extraction of oil and gas by means of hydraulic fracturing - aka "fracking" - has ignited a firestorm of controvery over its possible risks, but a new report hands a powerful weapon to its opponents: fracking may harm German beer.
mashable.com — Tumblr isn't the only sought-after billion-dollar startup in town. Waze, a popular mobile mapping app, has reportedly been in talks with Facebook for several weeks about a possible acquisition for as much as $1 billion. Now, Bloomberg reports that other large tech companies, including Google, are considering a bid for the startup.
qz.com — A well-designed office is a happy office. As facilities managers strive to save space and cash, they're reshuffling desks and fiddling with temperature gauges. All of which has an impact on workers' performance. Open-plan offices may make some kinds of collaboration easier, but are they more conducive to productivity?
latimes.com — Irvine grew faster than all but seven other large U.S. cities between July 2011 and July 2012, with its population vaulting to nearly 230,000 last year, new census data show. The pace of growth was nearly five times as fast as the Southern California average.
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