facebook กับปุ่ม The Everyone Button ; ทิ้งปรัชญาตัวเอง ??


facebook ตัดสินใจเพิ่ม feature ทำให้ผู้ใช้ทุกคนสามารถที่จะโพส content แบบ public ได้แล้ว โดยผู้สร้างได้ตั้งชื่อว่า “The Everyone Button” โดยผู้ใช้สามารถที่จะโพส status update สู่ public และ users สามารถ subscribe public status feed ของคนอื่นได้แบบ twitter

มีปุ่มกด "สำหรับโลกกว้าง" อยู่ด้วย
มีปุ่มกด "สำหรับโลกกว้าง" อยู่ด้วย

เห็นได้ชัดว่า facebook ตั้งใจมากัด twitter กันโดยตรงเลยทั้งที่รายหลัง site เล็กกว่ามากนะครับ และอย่าลืมว่าปรัชญาของ facebook นั้นคือการล็อค user ให้ติดในระบบด้วยความสามารถที่จะเซ็ท privacy ต่างๆได้ แต่จุดอ่อนจากการเซิร์ททำให้ให้ต้องเปิดระบบเพื่อพึ่งพา google ? สถานะทางสังคมภายในนั้นไม่เพียงพอด้วยขีดจำกัดของระบบ ? แต่ยังไงคุณ Mark Zuckerberg ก็เก่งพออยู่แล้วล่ะครับ

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-The bigger risk is that FB concentrates too hard to beating Twitter that its loses sight of its own business plan and at same time Twitter grows market share. I think the market is segmented enough that both could survive in the long run if they can monetize their models.

-Great point. Being everything to everyone grows user numbers and founder egos but undermines value as a marketing vehicle. The telephone has a huge user base, but it only makes money because people pay to use the service. Facebook would have a more viable business if they stuck with catering to their original Ivy League user base.

-MO facebook is trying to integrate all the web 3.0 elements into 1 service. But this won?t last if webapps like twitter would start to interact, and have almost native integration with other webapps. In the end web 3.0 will overlap everything, so it can try but eventually even facebook will have to adapt, and be part of a larger whole.

-true, although FB needs to compete with Twitter on public content, he?ll need to compete with Google-Wave in the future for private content.
another thing is that you forgot to mention the Vanity-URL mania, so I?m waiting FB to open public profiles in the future.

-Doozy all right. FaceBook annoys people like me who?ve been around, don?t like the TOS, and prefer things like Twitter, Flickr or FriendFeed.Problem is I?d leave FB if not everyone I knew was on there. There are old friends of mine I only have connections to on FB, otherwise I?d be off.On the other hand, few of my FB friends are on Twitter and aren?t really interested either (they don?t know or ?get? what they are missing), but if they did get the taste of the Twitter experience via FB, I bet they will get hooked.Also, FB tends to have a younger crowd still, like my kids, and they couldn?t care less about Twitter, but as they get to college age, the worldly appeal of an open twitter connection woudl appeal more than posting party pics for your friends.I don?t like the forecast much, and I hope I?m wrong with my concerns, but indeed, the Zuck is a smart man.

-I just don?t see the need for these systems to live as one, I like them separate just fine.

-You can?t really put the twitter ?news? chain up against facebook?s news feed.. it?s apple and oranges? Twitter has the fast spreading, up-to-minute breaking news, and FB has facebook connect (which has spread faster than the new user rate on twitter did earlier this year).
The winner will be whoever aggregates the best of both services into a single app or service, they?re both too different to be considered head-to-head fighters i feel.

ประวัติ facebook และ twitter

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Website: facebook.com
Location: Palo Alto, California, United States
Founded: February 1, 2004
Funding: $716M

On February 4th, 2004?Mark Zuckerberg launched The Facebook, a social network that was at the time exclusively for Harvard students. It was a huge hit: in 2 weeks, half of the schools in the??Learn More

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Website: twitter.com
Location: San Francisco, California, United States
Founded: March 21, 2006
Funding: $55M

Twitter, founded by?Jack Dorsey,?Biz Stone, and?Evan Williams in March 2006??Learn More