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This very match between France and Italy during 2006 World Cup took much more than 90 minutes...

There were both extra time and penalties.

Hi Valeria,

I have two questions regarding your post:

1) Where did get that 90 minutes from?

2) I disagree :-).

For your assumption to be true, the post would have to be known to all potential readers within 90 minutes. But that is not the case. Content is initially being made available simultaneously but it then starts to spread at different speeds. For the sake of argument let's say I'm posting something which is then picked up by an unpopular friend who has a popular friend with a lot of friends. It can potentially take quite some time until a message has gone through that chain and it's potentially only when your message is being spread by an opinion-leader that it gets traction. And that opinion leader is not always the first part of the chain.

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