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  2. Nexopia - Wikipedia

    Nexopia is a Canadian social networking website created in 2003, by 18-year old Timo Ewalds. It was designed for ages 14 and up, but was later lowered to 13. [8] Users are able to create and design profiles, a friends list, blogs, galleries, and compose articles and forums.

  3. Talk:Nexopia/Archive 1 - Wikipedia

    Nexopia advertising is also very minimal, and does not disrupt the site at all. Nexopia displays ONE banner at the top of the page, that is very easy to get rid of with a flash blocker. As the person responsible for Advertising on Nexopia, I have removed the following line because it is in-accurate:

  4. Talk:Nexopia - Wikipedia

    Talk:Nexopia. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Skip to table of contents. This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Nexopia article. This is not a forum for general discussion of the article's subject. Put new text under old text.

  5. List of virtual communities with more than 1 million users

    232. Miiverse. Social Network for Nintendo's Wii U home console and 3DS handheld family where users can post about games and ask for help on a particular game. 2012. 4,500,000. Nintendo Network Members Only. NA.

  6. PCL Construction - Wikipedia

    PCL Construction. The PCL family of companies is a group of independent general contracting construction companies in Canada, the United States, Australia and the Caribbean. PCL has headquarters in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, with the United States head office in Denver, Colorado.

  7. List of Internet forums - Wikipedia

    List of Internet forums. An Internet forum, or message board, is an online discussion site where people can hold conversations in the form of posted messages. Forums act as centralized locations for topical discussion. The Forum format is derived from BBS and Usenet. The most notable and significant Internet forums communities have converged ...

  8. Pizza 73 - Wikipedia

    Pizza Pizza. Website. www .pizza73 .com. Pizza 73 is a Canadian pizza restaurant chain. It was acquired by the Toronto -based Pizza Pizza chain in 2007 for CA$ 70.2 million. Pizza 73 has 89 locations in Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Yukon. The restaurant's name originates from its original phone number: 473–7373.