In reading Facebook's recent announcements about upcoming changes to their homepage I've thought it weird that they are being so blatant about their fear of Twitter and altering the dynamic of their site so radically. Like John Battelle said, Facebook Shows "What's On Its Mind" – Twitter.
It seems pundits and social software nerds like myself aren't the only ones that think this. Below are a sampling of comments that confronted me on my Facebook homepage in the user replies to the Facebook post Welcome to your New Home Page.
As I've mentioned before, inline comments in feeds can detract a whole lot more than people think. This is one thing I love about Twitter's model. Just because I follow a popular user on Twitter doesn't mean I have to succumb to the flood of less than stellar replies from the rest of their followers.
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