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    Reading that article about how Facebook can put Google out of business I kinda expected something more, but it appears it really is all about who can create better personalization, or in more negative terms "filter bubbles". I have mixed feelings about that, but on the other hand it might be the next necessary stage in the evolution of information overload management, and we do desperately need a better paradigm as well as more competition. Things are definitely getting more interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by memenode View Post
    Reading that article about how Facebook can put Google out of business I kinda expected something more, but it appears it really is all about who can create better personalization, or in more negative terms "filter bubbles".
    Bubbles are good for the advertisers. Perhaps "filter bubbles" and personalization will benefit the end user. But the internet is still in its infancy. Will the web grow in a bubble?

    Interesting that according to Hitwise 25% of all U.S. pageviews are from Facebook Accounts. Is the quality of Facebook really any better than Myspace?

    Generally, to use MySpace much, you have to do one or more of the following:
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    have a lot of spare time
    be desperate to connect, and have few outlets
    be a creep sending creepy messages
    be an anonymous creep viewing profiles
    be an automated spam bot or something that phishes accounts
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