Less clicking, more searching.
Facebook deep-sixes a misleading privacy feature, but fails to backfill with a better one.
If you don’t want your posts appearing when a complete stranger performs a Facebook graph search, you’ll want to set your profile and status updates to private.
I love searching my own name on the Internet. And according to a new poll, I’m in very sizable company.
Microsoft chases Google with instant search results and more direct knowledge.
Harken back to the days of iPhones that couldn’t make phone calls, Circuit City, a normal Miley Cyrus and more.
Search results surfaced by “algorithmic signals.”
Want a quick game of Atari’s Breakout played using Google Images?
By using a few simple tricks, the scalpel method, you can quickly and easily whittle down your results to get exactly the information you’re looking for.
While I very much welcome the discovery nature of Facebook’s Graph Search, in concept, at a very personal level I think we need to approach it with concern about what it can index about us.
Facebook’s Graph Search sounds great. But unless you and your pals are putting lots of data in, you’re probably not going to get a lot of data out.
Graph Search lets you enter plain-English concepts that tie together multiple things the social network knows about the people who use it.