The truth is, Facebook has become a perfectly good company with solid management and smart, realistic plans for the future.
But its ambitions suddenly seem limited. It’s not going to re-invent TV like Apple or put a computer on your face like Google. It’s not going to give away smartphones or take the shipping delay out of online shopping like Amazon. It’s not even copying all those ideas like Microsoft.
It’s just kind of doing its thing. It built a half-baked search engine. It’s optimizing ads.
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