I got an interesting e-mail today from MediaPost's Just an Online Minute… blog.  Today, Wendy Davis reports that Facebook is working on setting up profile pages tailored to music groups, which is how MySpace gained traction, and allowing users to differentiate "friends" based upon professional and personal circumstances — a la LinkedIn — and granting different access levels to personal profiles.

Personally, I hope both of these developments are true since they'll improve Facebook.  However, why did it take so long?  Granted, opening up itself to external developers to produce a plethora of applications was unique, but it seems like Facebook is playing catch up when it comes to music and defining "friends" better.

Better late than never I guess.