Facebook is a fascinating destination that is an amazing alternative to boredom which excels in its simplicity. But it's making a big mistake by trying to play games with their original mission of connecting the world.
"Great talent is hard to find, and it's even harder to keep. One way to keep great talent is to ensure your vision is clear, and the problem you're solving is real... if this is the case then you should be on a path to success."
Social media is no longer just a buzzword, but really a part of daily life. Now the new thing is a play on the old one, "You've got Klout." Or do you? Or do you have Peerindex? Do you know your grade on Grader? Do you know what your Kred is?
Is there viable competition anywhere to Google? Let's forget about the poor Microsoft shareholders and ask what the fact that Bing only exists due to massive subsidies says about the health of competition in search.