Facebook is taking a nap.

I’m actually a pretty big believer in the loco idea that Facebook has the opportunity to erode the market-share of the major web properties (Google, Yahoo, MSN) by virtue of their new open F8 platform.  Allowing developers the chance to get in front of your massive audience instead of having to build their own is a big deal.  This is sort of like a rock band having the choice of opening for Pearl Jam or promoting a show in their own backyard; easy decision.

That said, Facebook (of which I am not a member and don’t think I’ve ever seen) would do well to not go offline for a few hours at a time like they are right now.   Pearl Jam can’t rock out if the stage has no power.

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