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Video: How Did Facebook Become a Global Juggernaut?

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Wrap your head around this one.

Despite obtaining a user base roughly 1/10th the size of our global population, our social networking behavior tends to revolve around the same group of people. Rather than expanding our virtual reach to encompass a greater number of online friends, our brain chemistry limits the amount of online friends we can adequately interact with. So, the argument can be made that Facebook's growth and global reach ultimately depends on humans evolving more capable brains -- ones that can handle a greater number of friends.

Sound a little far-fetched? It might be. However, between the snazzy graphics and calming accent, Jean-Jacques Parys makes a compelling case in this video on Facebook's evolution into a global juggernaut.

Facebook Infographic from Jean-Jacques Parys on Vimeo.

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