Social Utilities, Not Social Networks are the New Black

Social Utilities, Not Social Networks are the New Black
Joel Horowitz
  • 7 august 2007

Time Magazine interviewed the 23 year-old Founder and CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg. When asked about the future of his endlessly growing brand, Zuckerberg described the differences between the standard social-networks like Myspace and Friendster versus Facebook – which he calls a “social-utility”.

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