Question: What do you have when you unite two platforms – one being influencer heavy with superior technology and the other being by far the most successful social facebook acquires friendfeednetwork (at least by its sheer user presence). Classic! The answer, I think lies somewhere in between those seemingly distributed statement yet mutually agreeable coalesce of two platforms which can have a sheer dominance in IM user base and lifestreaming community.

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Yes, apparently the rumor is that FACEBOOK HAS ACQUIRED FRIENDFEED! Yet another fillup from one of the popular tech blog, TechCrunch. As they pointed out:

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At this point details on the acquisition are still very sparse, but it’s clearly a good match. Over the last year or so, Facebook has “borrowed” quite a few of features that FriendFeed popularized, including the ‘Like’ feature and an emphasis on real-time news updates.

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Obviously Facebook has already built out some of FriendFeed’s functionality so there is some overlap, but there are still numerous ways FriendFeed beats out Facebook’s News Feed setup. One of these is the way stories are ‘floated’ to the top as new users comment on them. And FriendFeed’s system is truly real-time, unlike Facebook’s feed which users have to manually refresh.

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But the biggest win here for Facebook is the FriendFeed team, which includes an all-star cast of ex-Googlers.

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Now, if this news is true, be sure tomorrow the news is going to fill over the tech news mast like yet another successful merger of two heads who has a good shot at todays netizens – especially for Facebook. Now, it become more interesting if you pull over to one of FriendFeed’s Paul Buchheit who wrote about his sort-of bullishness on Facebook’s prospects an year ago or his todays Friendfeed post (pithy yet says a lot, I guess!).

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Update: FriendFeed has just posted a note to their blog confirming the announcement. FriendFeed co-founder Bret Taylor writes that the site will continue operating for the time being, but that the company is still “figuring out its longer-term plans for the product”. Likewise, the API will continue to function for the time being. Facebook too has just issued the following press release about the same.

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Update 2: Hear out this interview with Paul Buchheit, cofounder of FriendFeed taken by Friendfeed’s biggest evangelist Robert Scoble.

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P.S. More on the same, may be later since its already late night here in India. Will put together more elaborate post on the same!

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