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June 21, 2007


Zvi Band

I agree, Facebook as a "revolutionary platform" is a bit overrated. I joined Facebook three years ago, back when it was still limited to college students. Then, it was a way for you to connect with your friends, see pictures, and in general, "stalk" them without anyone knowing. It was purely a social application. The major competitor was (and is, somewhat) MySpace, which is much more open to random encounters, and allows third party applications. Facebook developing an API was not revolutionary, what it accomplished was allowing third-party access to Facebook. But in the end, Facebook is still a social network, just now I can (and do) waste hours a week playing Rock, Paper, Scissors with my friends!

Idan Grottas

As a fairly recent Facebook addict, all I can say is welcome to the machine!

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