STANDARDS: Facebook founder/CEO Zuckerberg doesn't want the web to die -- he calls for standards

By Bill Densmore on September 23, 2010 0 Comments

Bill DensmoreBill Densmore, 2008-2009 Fellow

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the current environment -- having to build apps multiple times for multiple proprietary platforms -- is broken and even a big company like Facebook can't deal with that long term. He talks about a need for a return to a common platform -- like the web. "It's kind of a disaster right now. I really hope that the direction that this stuff goes in is one where there's more of a standard," he says.

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