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How long til Facebook clones Vine? No, Facebook should be inventing apps
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Wow.....FB engineers are really awesome !!!
You're in good hands with FB??!

I think not.
I have a better question. How long will Facebook die? Just die already.
Only 'cos their lame friends are on there. The lying cheating intrusive nature of Fakebook has already driven masses onto G+ cancelling their FarceBook accounts. Me included
I would actually say that Facebook should be careful. In today's world users have no problem in shifting from one media to another. It's more about being connected and engage with others. Facebook's problem is that users are going more and more mobile with everything that include and as long as they can communicate and engage socially the media itself is not that important. 
What i think about FB is that its engineers keep it refreshing with new features.And above all around 90% of desktop features can be accessed thru mobile.And about privacy i think FB provides top level privacy no other social network comes closer.
I fear you don't know to how to use the privacy features well Mike Fuller
Mike Fuller. Okay In my FB profile i had created friends list in which i can post-its similar to Google plus circles,you can add and remove friends,only the people in that friend list would be able to view my post.And about desktop features in mobile i still feel Google Plus lags light years behind FB.I access G thru my Nokia C3-00.I can't even use basic features of G on my fone.I can't hit a like on a comment on a post,can't delete my own comment on a post,can't delete others comments on my post,can't block a person,can't edit/change my profile photo etc.The most important flaw is that G doesn't have a dedicated tab for messaging.I personally think messaging is one of the main important feature of social networking.In order for G to survive they need to induct these features asap on basic mobile web. 
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