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Facebook's Teleportation Station: 10 Things We Wanted Instead

Facebook accidentally leaked something called Teleportation Station and the rumor mill went wild. However, the rumors weren't that good, so we came up with something better.
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jastroff
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3/27/2015 | 3:27:53 PM
Where would you want to go?
Maybe the Facebook Teleportation station can zip me past Windows 10....or just to the South of France for a week, in season
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3/27/2015 | 3:08:22 PM
Re: Timeline
What I would really love, is an EASY way to go stealth on FB messenger so that each time I open FB to surf someone "sees' me and wants to chat.  None of the options for appearing "offline" actually work the way I want them to.  To me, they should be completely separate entities.  Sometimes I don't feel like talking, you know?
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3/27/2015 | 7:57:49 AM
Timeline
I would be much happier with the app if zuck stopped screwing with my timeline. No rhyme or reason to it's chronology. The real pisser is when you log in, or return from reading a link and the whole thing changes with the content you were just looking at shuffled into god knows where. Whomever came up with that brilliant trick deserves a good punch in the nose, maybe two.
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