Some interesting decisions being made at Facebook in an effort to transition into a platform of services, rather than simply a social networking site. It’s tough to bet against openness and user control – a realization Facebook seems to have acquired.
Facebook’s new face: “Facebook may turn out to be a lot more important than any of us thought. It has just launched a major change in its strategy that will transform its role in the Internet ecosystem and could create a raft of new opportunities for companies of all sizes.”
Facebook – the anti-MySpace: “Facebook is giving an unprecedented amount of access to developers. The API would allow, for example, a third party to recreate Facebook Photos, the most used photo application on the web. Users could then remove the default Facebook Photos and install the third party version instead.”