Browser versions of social networks are a little slower and a little clunkier than their app counterparts, but use less data and command less space on your phone.
This record store has been open since the early 1980s, and it's so famous that the American ambassador to Scotland recently visited it, presumably to pick up some rare Proclaimers vinyl and a copy of Steps: Gold on CD for Donald Trump. It's also a gallery and event space, so if you want to have a party in an ancient boat probably haunted by long-dead sailors, you can. The firm were founded in 1938, and make their jams using traditional copper pans.
The fact 1 billion people have downloaded Messenger shows Facebook may be getting too big.
I don’t use Messenger, but I can get Facebook messages on my phone whenever I want without it.
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Clarks is a legendary 24-hour bakery that's open seven days a week, and dispenses essential post-pub delights like this insane combination: a delicious combination of burger, lorne sausage, bacon, fried egg, and chips in a bun. Dundee's getting its very own branch of the V&A museum soon, on the waterfront, designed by famous architect Kengo Kuma. They even do a marmalade with champagne in it, which is probably what Jay-Z has for breakfast.
The HMS Unicorn is the last intact warship from the 1800s, and one of the six oldest ships in the world.
The American Dream is traditionally defined by a climb up the socioeconomic ladder to a comfortable middle-class life: a small business built from scratch, a house in the suburbs, a two-car garage, and the first generation of college-educated kids.
But another type of American Dream has now developed: The freedom to upturn your desk, give your boss the finger, and retire on the spot—without making a lifestyle sacrifice, of course.