Dec 12, 2012
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Facebook has expanded to photos, events, timelines, photo albums, tagging, locations and check-ins, and offers half a dozen relationship levels between users. There’s all the room in the world to type so scarcity isn’t an issue. Facebook is embraced by my extended family, just like they embraced AOL in the 90s It’s their everything. Facebook is what they think of as “The Internet” and stuff outside of Facebook barely exists.
MetaFilter’s Matt Haughey: Reddit’s ‘creepy stuff’ shows how hard it is to run an open community
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