Great Article from Molly Wood from Cnet.
Points i take out from this article:
I'm afraid to click any links on Facebook these days...
it's because the slow spread of Facebook's Open Graph scheme is totally ruining sharing.
Facebook is putting up a barrier to entry on items your friends want you to see--that is, they're creating friction.
And hurting sharing is a disaster for a social network. Sharing is the key to social networking.
Sharing and recommendation shouldn't be passive. It should be conscious, thoughtful, and amusing...
And if it doesn't... there's always Google Plus.
I hate the new Facebook, meaning since the last big upgrade they did. I enjoyed going on Facebook before, I feel like it's a waste of my time now. Will Facebook turn things back to where they were? I say we can surely expect some kind of roll back soon, yes.
When it comes to Google Plus, i think Google has a good chance at capturing users from Facebook's mistakes, but I don't think it will every be able to dethrone Facebook as "the" social network.