As soon as TechCrunch announced the availability of Facebook Connect, I felt pressure to organize my life.
What I mean is, I think our success with Facebook Connect, as individuals, will be dependent on how much information we offer and how well we organize it. Basically, the more you give, the more you get: the more you weed out noise by managing your FB account, the more accurate subsequent communications with you will be. I'd like to have someone like California Closets come in and manage my FB account.
I'm not so concerned with a potential backlash based on people's discomfort sharing so much information. Instead, I'm more concerned people will become disgruntled by not having managed their social graph.
Will people be more discerning about connections from now on? Could FB give us (data-based) tips on identity management? Or is that a psychologist's role?