“The expectation on the iPod is that HP’s version will probably outsell Apple’s version relatively quickly.” — Rob Enderle, quoted in MacObserver in August 2004.
“Facebook still has all the momentum with consumers (and, thus, with the developers who want to reach them)”
There’s one problem with this idea: there is no money being made by developers in Facebook at the moment, and it’s difficult to see a way in which developers could actually monetize products within Facebook in a serious way. OpenSocial offers a path to the whole of the web, not just a relatively small part of it. As Scoble is saying, OpenSocial means anyone can be a social network.
some more interesting comments on the security in Leopard.