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How far into the future do you see Facebook lasting? Will we ever stop needing it? What else are they going to add to it?

asked Dec 05 '10 at 19:05

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Facebook took over Myspace and now Twitter is taking over Facebook. So only 2-3 more years until it is in the same place as myspace.

answered Dec 05 '10 at 21:08

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Twitter is nowhere close to taking over facebook

(Dec 05 '10 at 22:48) FilipinoPower FilipinoPower's gravatar image

twitter is too simplified and not enough features to take over facbook

(Feb 06 '11 at 09:14) iGeek3 iGeek3's gravatar image

I agree. Twitter is a smaller and simpler version of Facebook, and I don't see Twitter changing something drastically.

(Feb 06 '11 at 09:43) Mihkel Mihkel's gravatar image

Facebook got 2 more years.

answered Dec 05 '10 at 22:51

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No long now I don't think. Facebook never did excite me and always found it pretty boring.

Its just how Bebo used to be, it was popular one minute and the next it wasn't. There will always be a new social networking site taking over another.

answered Dec 06 '10 at 09:26

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Someday there will be a better choice than facebook, but most facebook users will probably continue to use facebook, just like myspace.

answered Feb 06 '11 at 09:37

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