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May 02, 2007

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» Facebook: new social network site; same old walledgarden from Derivadow
Last year the buzz was around MySpace now its Facebook and before that Friends Reunited and Linkedin. I have to confess that Ive never really grokked these services - Ive played around with them a bit - but generally never really got that... [Read More]

» Re-examining how I use Facebook - and again the blurring of our lives from Disruptive Conversations
Who do you "friend" on Facebook? And how do you resolve the tension between private and public interaction? It's funny how synchronicity works some times. Last week I was thinking about writing a post about how my use of Facebook... [Read More]

» Jason Calacanis, Facebook, Privacy and the Open Internet from Disruptive Conversations
Last week Jason Calacanis ripped into Facebook and privacy in his typical "hold-nothing-back" style: The Big Game, Zuckerberg and Overplaying your Hand He brings a poker spin to the Facebook story and states how Facebook is, in his opinion, "overplayin... [Read More]

» Walled Garden Deja Vu: Facebook Provides "facebook.com" Email Addresses from Disruptive Conversations
Over the weekend, I had a severe case of deja vu... and found myself humming that song from Styx that includes the line "Haven't we been here before...". Why? Because Facebook followed through on its earlier statement around letting people... [Read More]

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