Also, a “back” link would be nice, if you were a little quick on the trigger. This is obviously great for users and developers alike, but could also lead to a lot of frustration amongst developers having to manage several different platforms for their applications. First signing up will get you 5 Ace Bucks, inviting friends will get you Ace Bucks and Ace Bucks if they actually join.
This is where Open Social was supposed to come in and save the day by providing a standard across many, many, many social networking sites. There are a few real items worth buying on there as well, like a Nintendo WII or this XBOX 360 I found… There are also 11 different Faceboook games that reward you with Ace Bucks. You can earn additional Ace Bucks with 3rd party offers from companies like Net Flix, Pet Smart, Disney, Walmart, etc.
You can also expect lots of name-calling along the lines of "funky butt lovin'," "big butt," "underwear sniffer," and "you suck." A tween boy describes a tween girl as being "stacked." Henry's mom punches a sleazy manager in the face.
Characters smoke cigars and cigarettes briefly, and adults drink cocktails at a club.
As their about page states, You’re results are by default public and listed in their public diretory.
Henry's lucrative endorsement deals include some product placement. A Little League coach calls one of his players a "moron" and an "imbecile." Childish name-calling like "big butt" and "underwear sniffer." is a goofy '90s family comedy in which a 12-year-old becomes a star pitcher for the Chicago Cubs and takes them to playoff glory.
Despite the movie's unrealistic premise, it has positive messages about the importance of family and friends, and Henry shows that he has integrity by choosing those he loves over the glamour of life as a professional athlete. Strong language includes "s--t" and "hell," plus a moment where "f--k" is strongly implied (but not said).
Will we see further market fragmentation or will it be a Facebook world? Update: It looks like Bebo is already working with Facebook to implement the Facebook Platform Architecture and are announcing at their Bebo Platform launch event today that they are nearly 100% compatible with Facebook’s API, tags, queries, etc. With Ace Bucks you can buy things, both real and virtual, through their store. But I’ve found way too many virtual items being sold as real items.
The Ace Bucks is virtual currency and has no real value. It’s easy to tell that this Ferrari is not a real Ferrari just by looking at the price.
Nearly all of the major ones, except, you guessed it, Facebook. ” champagne glasses which just adds a picture to the Ace Bucks box in my profile. Signing up for newsletters will earn you Ace Bucks. The Ace Bucks application is pretty cool, but it’s not without it’s flaws.