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  •  I give it a couple more years before (1+ / 0-)
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    Facebook becomes an internet graveyard, exhibiting life in a previous era. By then we'll all have moved on to whatever the next big thing is going to be (and no, I don't have any clue as to what it's going to be).

    •  And after that, interoperable social media (1+ / 0-)
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      Social media will become an interoperable service, like email. It won't matter who is hosting your account, or what servers your friends have accounts on. Facebook, MySpace, Google+, and who knows how many others will all learn to play nicely together, and the particular server you use will not matter any more than the particular domain name after the @ sign in your email address, or the cellular carrier you use.

      And after THAT, only old people will use social media at all. The kids will all be using pheromone clouds or something.

      "In Korea, email is for old people" -- Some nice young lady from South Korea, circa 2004

      How to annoy a millennial.

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