Two recent posts caught my eye recently and got me thinking. Do you remember all that fuss way back when Facebook was throttling back posts from pages? Only a small percentage of updates from a page was reaching users newsfeeds.
Twitter rolled out a new version of its app for iOS and Android today. It's similar to what we've already seen in the experimental versions, but there is one major difference: You can now send photos via direct message.
Research finds 45 per cent list Facebook among their three most frequently visited apps, while just 13 per cent say the same for Twitter Facebook is more than (‘Facebook three times more popular than Twitter’
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While it's by no means official, at a hackathon last week, a few Facebook employees developed a prototype replacement for the ubiquitous 'Like' button more suitable for status updates of the "bummer" variety.
Sometimes an idea is just ready to happen and is simultaneously discovered by multiple people at once. A famous example is when Newton and Leibniz independently invented calculus. Another is agile marketing.