The Top Facebook Games of 2010 Facebook games have shown a lot of popularity during the past year. As Facebook adds more games to its already huge entertainment menu you may be wondering which games are the best and most fun to play. This article will give separate game reviews for each of the twenty five top Facebook games for 2010.

To start the Facebook Game reviews, we will begin by taking a look at the number one game on Facebook called FarmVille. FarmVille which is made by Zynga currently has approximately 73,800,000 monthly users and is growing at a steady upward pace. FarmVille is a game in which you can become a farmer. FarmVille allows you to interact with your friends and even become neighbors with them. Basically you will do everything a farmer does while playing FarmVille. Planting, plowing, harvesting and growing a successful farm. Just make sure when playing this game that you harvest your plants on time. Different plants have different times for harvesting and if you don’t harvest in time the plants will die. By taking care of your farm you will get more points and go up in level.

Birthday Cards holds the place of second most popular game of 2010. Birthday Cards is made by RockYou and has approximately 32,000,000 users per month. When using the Birthday Cards game you can customize and send free cards, use a birthday calendar, have a personal birthday list and personal reminders. The game also allows you too start your own birthday zoo. This is popular for those who want to remember their friend’s birthdays and send cards on Facebook.

War of the Innovators – Stantum Pmatrix Vs Apple IPhone The French technology giant and pioneer of Multitouch technology, Stantum Technologies is making headlines yet again. This time for its 3.5 inch Pmatrix Multitouch display prototype. Stantum came into limelight for the first time in 2002 (then known as JazzMutant) for innovating Multitouch technology, were the first to develop multitouch screen, and later the first Multitouch product Lemur.

As the technology market worldwide goes gaga over the superb implementation of Multitouch in Apple iPhones; Stantum is also all set to foray into the mobile phone sector. They are soon to introduce Pmatrix Multitouch technology for due integration in the mobile industry.

This was announced by Stantum Technologies in the recently convened Mobile World Congress (MWC). The USP of the 3.5 inch Pmatrix Multitouch display from Stantum is that, it would provide multitouch detection, with a multitouch sensor that can detect both fingers as well as stylus. And to add to convenience, the touch detection can work with nails as well.

But will Stantum be able to create the hype and the craze that followed with the iPhone Multitouch display? Apple Inc. with its very successful stint in the use of touchscreen for iPhones has swept the world of its feet with the fabulous interactive features. Users of iPhones can rotate, flip, drag and enlarge images; while at the same time list emails and store music.

Getting Started in New Home Sales In June of 1996, while taking the required courses to obtain my Real Estate License, one of the instructors told me about the option to pursue a career in New Home Sales. She stated that it provided the opportunity to earn a six figure income, had less start-up costs than being a Realtor and that there was no overhead since the builder is responsible for “driving traffic” to the door. It sounded like a winning combination for me since I had less than $900 and was borrowing money from family just to take the classes and to pay for the testing.

I began my search by calling my local Builder’s Association and requesting the contact information for every builder in my area. They told me that for a $75 fee, they would give me a directory. That seemed like a waste of money, so I decided to pursue the phone book. There were very few listings for home builders and the neighborhoods that I called never answered the phone and would not return my call.

Finally, through a referral of a family member’s friend’s friend, I landed an interview with a Real Estate company that had a New Homes Marketing group. I was hired on the spot and driven to my new community. My new Sales Manager handed me the keys to the models and inventory and told me the alarm codes and voicemail password. The only training I received was being walked through the model and being told to turn on all of the lights while the models were open and to turn them off before I left. And he said, “Oh, by the way, if you need anything, call me.”

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