"Mobile reaching a tipping point: Titus draws parallels between mobileâ€™s evolution today and the desktop web circa 1996/97 – about to reach mainstream popularity, spurred by the iPhone effect. And this growing acceptance will hold up despite the economic downturn: â€œAs the world financial crisis impacts people on a day-to-day, the last thing youâ€™re going to turn off is your mobile phone. You might change your data consumptive behaviour, but youâ€™re likely to use more of your mobile device rather than less, because youâ€™re going to have culled other means of entertainment. Think about the last dot.com crash, which was a microcosm of this experience – Web 2.0 and social media were invented by unemployed techies who needed to consume time with something fun to do. Iâ€™m really excited to see what happens out of this crash.â€ Titusâ€™ predictions – cloud computing, geolocation and user-centered design."
"Specifically, your applications can now directly access all of a user's status, links, and notes via new methods and FQL calls. Your application will have access to any status, notes, or links from the active user or their friends that are currently visible to the active user. In addition, we're opening new APIs for you to post links, create notes, or upload videos for the current user, and we've made setting a user's status easier." Facebook = Open ID (in a Closed kind of way)