Facebook Connect is all about making more money

I have been playing and replaying the following video featuring Jay Adelson from Digg for more than 5 times to make sure that I really understand what Digg and Facebook have in mind with their new Facebook Connect feature.

Sure, all that mumbo jumbo about Collaborative Filtering sounds great but I don’t that is what Facebook and Digg are really after or care about. I think they’re going after that big dollar sign factor and they believe that Collaborative Filtering can help them squeeze more money from their popular sites.

At the end of the day, Facebook Connect is all about making more money. Shucks!

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Jay Adelson Hints That Facebook Connect Is the Future of Digg
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