“Facebook’s Vision Was To Become Infastructure For Identity On The Internet” – David Kirkpatrick

Check out David Kirkpatrick, author of “The Facebook Effect“, in a video interview by Kara Swisher of All Things Digital, describing Mark Zuckerberg’s vision from the start of Facebook, “which is to become infrastructure for identity on the Internet.”  He goes on to explain that “Google is the consummately brilliant data centric Internet company that couldn’t be better than it is at that.  Facebook views the world through a different lens, which is sociality, which is the interaction between people and what can technology do to make that more effective, enjoyful, etc.”

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One Response to “Facebook’s Vision Was To Become Infastructure For Identity On The Internet” – David Kirkpatrick

  1. MarkSpizer says:

    great post as usual!

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