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CHANGE: Less-cool Facebook losing youth at fast pace. Related: Twitter made its first profit, but…

CHANGE: Less-cool Facebook losing youth at fast pace. Related: Twitter made its first profit, but still can’t grow its user base. The once-upstart blogosphere is staid compared to social media, but given Facebook’s ubiquitous creepiness and the social-justice mob mentality of Twitter, I think we’ll be around longer. I hope so, anyway.
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