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Facebook’s trying to take over the internet?

In a TechCrunch post yesterday about the implications of Facebook’s new internet-wide “Like” system, MG Seigler nails it:

Facebook’s intentions very clear: they want to be the fabric of the web.

I’m about to soil my beautiful track suit (lucky for me it’s already brown!). Didn’t I say just yesterday that Zuckerberg was a menace? If I didn’t say it explicitly, let me say it now: Mark Zuckerberg is a pimply-faced menace, the little bastard.

I’m not going to take this lying down, because my close, personal friend Steve Jobs is in the process of trying to destroy the internet because it’s open, and open is bad. Closed applications on the iTunes store are good. Do you know what side of that particular fence Zuckerman is on? That’s right: he’s on the bad side, and if Steve says the net has to go down, then it has to go down, which means that Mike Zuckerman must be stopped!

Shut up.

  1. Derek
    April 22, 2010 at 3:52 pm

    Steve Jobs is trying to destroy the open Internet? But… he’s trying to destroy Flash, a closed internet standard, and encourage the open HTML5 standard.

    You silly old man.

  2. April 22, 2010 at 10:54 pm

    I think someone is a little upset they didn’t have the idea first. 🙂

  1. August 18, 2010 at 9:34 pm

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