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The Hypocrisy of Facebook

Author Douglas Rushkoff has an interesting take on the current Facebook phenomenon, which he likens to a bubble in our increasingly short attention span world, where we can’t even remember what happened to MySpace, or AOL, or a host of other flavor of the moment companies.

But as usual, I’ll leave the last word to Jon Stewart, on the hypocrisy of Facebook subverting investment rules so that they don’t have to disclose their “private” financial information to potential investors:

Is this the first example of an anti-social network?