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Facebook (again)

It’s fascinating to watch Facebook’s role on the web evolve. Techcrunch asks: Could Facebook become the next Microsoft?: “Facebook is starting to become the one stop shop for content and interaction, be it through feeds, blog creation, image uploading and just plain ol’ social networking.”
I’ve stated this before, but the impact of FB became apparent to me based not on stats, but on the types of people who were sending me invites – family, friends, former employees…basically people who were completely outside of my usual digital life. The penetration, uptake, and addiction of FB are incredible.

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  1. Andrew Pass wrote:

    If I had the money I’d make sure to buy a few shares of Facebook stock at its IPO which I believe in coming shortly. The only concern that I have is that apparently there is a lawsuit that has been going on for a number of years in which some former clients accuse the founder of Facebook of stealing their program code.

    Friday, July 20, 2007 at 1:27 pm | Permalink