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5 trends that could take down Facebook

A couple of weeks ago, the folks at iMedia Connection reached out to me with a provocative question – could I write an article on the 5 startups that could take down Facebook?  I couldn’t resist the prompt so I proceeded to reach out to some of the folks I respect the most in the [...]
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