Posted by Polygon on Thursday, January 30, 2019 09:29:58If you were going to do something big like Facebook is doing now, the idea is to create something bigger and more disruptive.
But, Facebook has a problem with what it’s doing, and that problem is that it’s killing video.
The problem is, Facebook isn’t really doing anything new with video, and it’s not changing much about how it makes videos.
It just makes them look more like Facebook videos.
Facebook’s biggest competitor, YouTube, is also killing video, but YouTube has more video players in the world than Facebook does.
Facebook has two different things in its favor: It has millions of users, which means it can scale its video capabilities and monetize it.
The more it scales, the more it can grow.
And, more importantly, Facebook is now more likely to innovate, so it’s able to get new features and new ways of making videos.
The other thing that Facebook has going for it is the fact that it has a huge user base, and you can scale up the number of users.
So, when Facebook makes a video, it gets to the numbers and starts to monetize that.
But the way Facebook monetizes video is not necessarily to make money.
It’s to make the viewer feel good about their video, which is probably not what they want to do with a video.
Facebook is now making it easier to monetise video, even though it is killing videos.
There are a lot of things that Facebook can do to make video more engaging and to get more people to watch videos, like they did with the redesign of News Feed.
But, it’s really important to understand the reason why it’s getting more and more popular.
Facebook is actually a company that makes video, so its success in video is the result of its success creating video.
When Facebook does something that is really important and important to its users, like making video more fun and engaging, it does not just succeed in making video fun and more engaging, but it also succeeds in getting people to enjoy video more.
In a way, it could be argued that Facebook’s success in creating videos is its failure in making them fun.
Video is fun, and people want to watch it, but the fun that comes from watching videos is what makes them interesting.
But if you don’t have fun in your videos, people won’t be watching them.
So Facebook has to make videos more fun, because it is not really engaging.
If you think about what it means to create video, a lot people get confused about what makes a good video.
So for a lot video creators, it comes down to: Are you making something that people want?
Or are you making a video that people can enjoy?
If you make a video about a story that people will enjoy, it will be better than nothing.
You want to make it something people can do in a short amount of time, because that is the most fun.
And if you make it about something that you think is important, then you are going to have people watching.
That is the kind of thing that makes people want you to do it.
But Facebook’s approach to making video is that they are making something people want but they are not making something they can enjoy.
It is a lot like if you are creating a video and you want people to see it.
And it will work better with a smaller audience, because there is less opportunity for the viewer to be overwhelmed by the amount of content.
That is what you are seeing in the rise of the mobile video app.
The trend is that people are not only watching video on their phones, but they also want to see their own video, because they don’t want to spend a lot time in front of their phone.
So, Facebook really is making it much more difficult for people to consume content, and in the process it is also hurting its user base.
I don’t think it’s going to die anytime soon, but Facebook is just a company.
It has a big user base that has a lot to do, and the problem is they are killing video on a daily basis.
It doesn’t make sense to create videos that people aren’t going to enjoy.
And the same is true of Facebook.
Facebook makes videos, but its audience is a very small percentage of the user base it has.
Facebook has this big fan base, but when it creates a video or an update, it has no real interest in getting to the bottom of the issue.
They are going through all of their videos to make sure they have all of the right data to make a great video.
And then they decide to make that video, they have no interest in making that video.
I think that Facebook is very, very good at creating a lot more videos than it needs.
And Facebook can have a lot on its plate.
The real challenge is figuring out how to make those videos more enjoyable and more interesting to watch