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Re: [Social-discuss] Facebook: David Recordon talks with talis about th
Re: [Social-discuss] Facebook: David Recordon talks with talis about the Social Graph
Tue, 6 Jul 2010 04:02:13 +0200
On 6 July 2010 03:09, will kahn-greene <address@hidden>
I'm a busy guy. When I get these sorts of emails where there's a url
and no summary or explanation of why the sender thought it was
interesting, I delete them because I'm busy and I'm not telepathic. I
picked up this great time-saving habit from a friend of mine a while back.
On other email lists, I would have deleted this email, moved on and not
given it a second thought. However, I really care about GNU Social and
the conversations here. So I ask that people sending urls take the time
to at least summarize the content at the url and why it's relevant.
Did you try clicking the link?We’ve covered
the launch of Facebook’s Open Graph protocol in Nodalities
Magazine, discussing its potential impact on Linked Data. So, I invited David
Recordon—Facebook’s Senior Open Programs Manager—to talk with Talis
about Facebook and the Open Graph Protocol. We ended up talking all
about the protocol, how developers can make use of it (and why), as well
as touching on Facebook’s view of social networking as a graph.
Graph Protocol page has information about the protocol itself. Facebook’s
f8 developers’ conference site also has links with more information