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This is a very, very perceptive observation. I definitely think you are right. Unified community attention can create positive network affects. By breaking up information access into disparate areas of the site, Facebook is fracturing collective attention and minimizing the gains in value these network effects could create. Very good post.

I must agree. In marketing terms, there's too much "clutter"

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