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I don't know if you read him or not, but Umair Haque has been pretty outspoken for a couple of years now about the problems with Facebook, and its attempt to hold onto an inherently crummy economic model. It's interesting stuff, and the techcrunch article dovetails with his discussion pretty nicely (Google is one of Haque's exemplars)...I'm not big into economics discussions, but I've followed his Bubblegen for a couple of years nowhttp://discussionleader.hbsp.com/haque/cgb
Thanks for the link! I'll check it out.
I agree, Clay. Facebook has turned a corner and I don't see the honeymoon lasting for too long.I wrote a post about it here: 3 Reasons Why Facebook Will Die Soon
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My second book, Network, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2008.