“One of the things you learn living in Silicon Valley your whole life is how fast things can change. Big companies can come and go in extremely short periods of time. Yahoo! was once what Google is today,” Ben Bajarin writes for TIME Magazine. “MySpace was once what Facebook is today. Innovation happens everywhere and waits for no company.”
“I recently polled almost 500 high school students in San Jose, and shockingly, not all of them were on Facebook,” Bajarin writes. “But perhaps not surprisingly, nearly all who were said they were basically bored with the site and had been using it significantly less.”
Bajarin writes, “Now, depending on how heavy of a technology user you are, you may find the idea of Facebook on its way out surprising or not surprising. For example, many of the young people I surveyed conveyed that they were ready for something else. Call me crazy, but I firmly believe that Facebook has either peaked or is on the cusp of peaking.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]