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Facebook has created a platform that allows sites and apps to share information about users in order to tailor offers, features and services to each one's interests and tastes — even if that individual has never visited the site before. When you’re signed on to Facebook, participating websites like CNN.com will display information, goods and services tailored specifically to your interests — without requiring you to sign in at that website or provide it with any information. Speaking at the F8 Developer Conference , Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and former FriendFeed CEO Bret Taylor, who is now Facebook's director of product, named three new features that will make this possible and easy to implement. Open Graph
This series is supported by Rackspace , the better way to do hosting. Learn more about Rackspace's hosting solutions here . Facebook officially unveiled its new Open Graph API and tools a few weeks ago, making it possible for developers and end users to easily hook their own sites into Facebook's broader ecosystem. In just the first week, Facebook's social plugins were integrated into more than 50,000 websites .
Some of this is generational. I am more comfortable firing up a search query than polling my Twitter followers or Facebook friends. But as social media activity increasingly has an impact on Bing and Google search results, it makes me wonder whether it will become an annoyance for me rather than something truly helpful, which mostly has to do with how I have approached social networks as a quasi-public person in what's turning into a private networking world. The possibly logical assumption that Facebook friends are my actual friends is causing me to wonder whether I have missed the point of Facebook. From the beginning of my Facebook experience, I decided to accept every friend request sent to me. I did so because I figured that I would have no way of knowing whether that person had read one of my books, or saw me speak, or is a regular newsletter or blog reader of mine, or something else.