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I realize how crazy this might sound at Facebook, so here is a bit of perspective: The most valuable company in the U.S. has just declared war on you. They want your users’ photos on their system. They want your users’ eyes and attention in their ecosystem and not focused on your site. Oh, and they have $100 billion in cash, the largest mobile operating system and the fastest growth in personal computer share.
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Why? Mostly because curation and sharing of content has become as important as writing. By sharing videos, photos, links, or quotes we are all essentially editors and the sharing itself is an act of editorializing.
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The idea of combining data, emotion and empathy as part of a narrative is something every company — old, new, young and mature — has to internalize. If they don’t, they will find themselves on the wrong side of history.
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