NEWS: Dear Naysayers, Facebook Is 10 Years Old And Clearly Not A Fad, Mark Zuckerberg Says (FB)
On February 4, Facebook will celebrate its 10-year anniversary. Yet, in the past few weeks Facebook has been showered with doomsayer reports, calling it the "new Myspace", saying teens are no longer using it; saying within a few years 80% of its users will have moved on. (The latter was a Princeton study hilariously debunked by one of Facebook's own researchers). But there's always been naysayers,......
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BusinessInsider (Date:01/28/2014 15:36)
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