Volume 16, Number 22
March 23, 2010

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emirFacebook popularization has been integrated into people's lives to maintain their existing friends or to find older friends to meet online. And like in Turkey, the situation shows great likeness around the world. These two websites are among the top three most clicked and visited websites  in the world . What is the third one?  It is a website that was created by a Turkish guy, Orkut Büyükkökten (CS/97'). Orkut.com is owned and operated by Google Inc. And it has more than 100 million active users around the World.
The following website is most likely to arouse a great number of students' interest. By using this website and its tools, you can create mathematical graphics faster and more properly. It is not actually just about graphics, it covers any field in mathematics. Take a function, then graph it, and the website will show you the derivative, indefinite integral, how it found those functions, the absolute minimum and maximum, and all sorts of other data. It can also do lots of stuff with chemistry, demographics, and tons of other things. Come closer to see a new world in there.
Here are some useless but worthy websites to see...
Are you an insomniac or suffering from sleeplessness? No matter what you are, add this rain sound to your environment and let it relax you. The sound of rain can be nice, sometimes accompanied by a thunderstorm. Open this website and give yourself to the sound of wellness.
At this website, the latest advances in image manipulation technology are used and presented to viewers.

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