Yesterday was eventful in every way. We heard our ‘dear’ Mark Zuckerberg talk about making Social the default on the Web, extending the social network to almost everyone and everyone across the Web by introducing the concept of web wide like, putting forward the Community pages to have people talk about brands, etc. We also saw how Microsoft cleverly married Docs.com with the social network. There was too much happening at the f8 and too many questions and speculations regarding the future of Web, especially Facebook.
As I wrote in an earlier post about a friend who thought that the social network would lose its credibility and be overtaken by some other simpler network that isn’t always changing and creating confusion about privacy. Well forget it, there is no privacy online and you lost it the day you signed up for something as essential and secure as your email ID. With that stated, Facebook won’t die or lose its users, the social network is expanding, exponentially and in the last one year alone it appears to have boomed like Big Bang. Some interesting Facts in a nutshell: