Software to help overcome Facebook, Twitter obsessionOctober 10th, 2010 - 4:27 pm ICT by IANS
London, Oct 10 (IANS) Are you fed up of the virtual world taking over your real life? If yes, then help is at hand.
A Dutch company has developed software which can destroy all posts and personal information from your Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace and Twitter accounts.
The Web 2.0 Suicide Machine takes just 52 minutes to finish the task, instead of 10 hours it would have taken to do the job manually, reports the Daily Mail.
Some 3,000 people have already used the free programme with another 90,000 on the waiting list.
You hand over your passwords and watch as your Tweets and Facebook friends disappear - until there’s just an empty screen.
Last month, one of the country’s most eminent brain scientists warned that an obsession with social networking sites and computer games may be changing the way people’s minds work.
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