"Over the past few days, lots of pundits have been asking who this is for. Facebook gave us an answer today: It’s for people who don’t care about a rich, full experience on the Internet, yet love Facebook. People who want to run apps, but are overwhelmed by them. People who want to connect with friends and family, but want it to be super easy to do so. For many people, Facebook is the Internet, just as AOL was before it. And just as Facebook is the best way for them to experience the Internet in a browser, Facebook Home is going to be the best way for those people to experience the Internet on a phone."
Does this sound like the worst strategy ever to anyone else?
Facebook’s ‘Phone’ Is Another Triumph of Mediocrity | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
"One tweet. Thousands of comments. Four days later, two people have been fired. Welcome to the digital age."
— ‘Sexism’ Public-Shaming Via Twitter Leads To Two People Getting Fired (Including The Shamer) - Forbes
"Now, it seems that we’re in a technological reverberation, in which online consumer expectations are echoing into physical stores. But that’s not necessarily bad news for retailers. If they’re clever, they won’t be burdened with a bunch of new technology to invest in but empowered by a new wave of engagement and analytics formerly relegated to the online sector."
— 1 | Kate Spade Reinvents Retail As A Lean Startup | Co.Design: business innovation design
"Both sides are promising that you will have a clear choice over who is able to see your photos when the changes are introduced, but until we see some more detail, it’s hard to know just how impactful it will be."