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Google's mission is to organize all the world's information. It's working. For example, there is apparently no better resource on the Internet than Google Maps for British teenagers trying to decide which houses have the best pools for to sneaking into and hosting bacchanalian parties. Facebook, which is dedicated to "connecting people," helpfully gets in on the action too. The Sydney Morning Herald reports that once the British teenagers decide on a pool, they use Facebook to invite as many as 500 of their closest friends. Comfortable with Facebook's renowned privacy setting, the Herald reports the teenage organizers happily share their cell phone numbers to help coordinate the event. Just another example of how American teens are falling behind in technology thanks to a poor public education system, since this is far more complex than the "fire in the hole" prank.