Facebook has suffered some ignominious strikeouts during its 10 years. Consider these 10 features and products that didn't fly.
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Facebook Gifts launched in early 2007 as a way for users to send personalized items to friends. These icons would generally cost $1 and would appear on users' profiles. In 2010, Facebook announced it was closing its gift shop, but it wasn't all bad news. "Gift credits," the virtual currency used to make these purchases, soon became Facebook Credits, the currency Facebook uses today.
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