Facebook: The New Search Engine?

Ruben Quinones Ruben Quinones November 17, 2011 Category Social Media

Join Fred and I as we discuss the new way we come across information.  To be clear, the search function from an organization stand point, pales in comparison to Google, however, it there seems to be a shift in how we discover or come across information.  For years discovering information was mostly relegated to Google searches along with direct search queries.  We touch on one of the latest shifts, the passive recommendations via the open graph.

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