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Re: [Social-discuss] Adoption dynamics (and why your intuition fails)

From: Rob Myers
Subject: Re: [Social-discuss] Adoption dynamics (and why your intuition fails)
Date: Tue, 08 Jun 2010 10:01:30 +0100
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On 06/08/2010 05:33 AM, Hellekin O. Wolf wrote:

An important point of OpenGraph is that it allows already public
content to fit the data model of Facebook.  It's another version of
the Mechanical Turk.  In a world of freedom, free work goes to the

All right, I can live with good restaurant ratings too. But in the
future, there are a bit more important things to give attention to
than marketed products.  Things like culture, education, poverty,
health, food, that are not following "the charts".

"While some of the approaches are indeed open, the overall outcome is an attempt to further lock in Facebook’s dominance over the web’s social infrastructure and capture as much attention data and social graph data in proprietary formats and API’s as possible."

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