Wow, hard to read if I was a Facebook employee, however, you may have some truth to what you said and yes we do get bored time to time.
To me Facebook has a trick up their sleeve but we've seen it already and to me that's the way they keep changing the site display. Unlike any other social site, Facebook changes its features and display so continuously it forces users to re-learn how to do things and by that way it forces them to stay on Facebook because its easier for them to learn what they were comfortable with than having to go to a new social site and start over.
Not to mention, that these new changes also give them a competitive edge of the way social media is developed, they have a mass tidal wave of 800 million users plus and you got to give those users a wave to ride that can be remembered and to me its the constant site layout changes, but of course not everyone will like the wave but they'll be willing to give it a try at least once cause its the fun thing to do at the moment.
What can cause Facebook a definite crash is that they're going to design something that nobody likes and no one wants to ride that new 'hip wave' of their newly designed site and that's where we see their 800 million plus users swimming away to another wave to ride because they didn't enjoy the ride or its not worth it at all for them!
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