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KwangErn Liew

Sure, it is a way to keep people in their social networking portal. Just as MySpace have the celebs.

But is it sustainable? There are alternatives like Twitter vs Jaiku. There's also a high possibility of user overlap between two services. Where's the sustainable edge? Or rather, the money in the business? Adverts? haha

Amelia Torode

This is a great post - thank you for bringing together a lot of thoughts that I have been having recently. Facebook is certainly the most interesting developement to my mind this year.

The difference between the way that Facebook have approached their future and the way that MySpace seems to be doing it is illuminating!

I have posted about this recently and there seems to be quite an interesting discussion going !

http://ameliatorode.typepad.com/life_moves_pretty_fast/2007/05/open_facebook.html

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