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Prince William's stag night should be in the next few weeks, and though it clearly hasn't been publicised on Facebook officially (though, unofficially it's given hundreds of thousands a damn good laugh), what about the other events going on in your social group?
Facebook is the center of all groups and events, and are more likely to be instigated on the social network than by any other means. If you go without the site, how will you know about all the groups and events you've been invited to? You'll be a social hand grenade, just sitting and waiting for your phone to ring.
Facebook, cleverly, has a list of all upcoming birthdays. Without a diary, or Outlook - as a thought - how else would you be able to keep track with the vast birthdays you need to remember?
Facebook allows you to sign into a whole load of other websites and services, by using the Facebook Connect routine. Simply click the magic button and if you're already logged in, it'll port a few of your details across to the new service and log you in, without the need to fill out vast forms of details. You can do this with Twitter and your Google account too.
But without Facebook, you'll be plagued with dozens of forms and boxes to fill out each time you sign up to a new service, which subscribes to Facebook Connect. It'll bore you half to death, and you'll wish you kept your account after all!