indyank - 9:43 am on Jan 16, 2013 (gmt 0)
This is my take on the Facebook Graph Search -
Facebook always brings in something new/innovative on to the table even if it is something related to what we all know for years - "search engines". This is where it continues to score points over Google who obviously try to be more reactive than being innovative, these days.
But what surprises me is most of these giants seem to think that only like poles are always friends and people always like to see what their like poles do? It isn't even scientific, is it?
The theory/law of magnetism is: Like poles repel. Unlike poles attract.
But what these giants are doing is limiting your boundaries and killing the possibility to explore beyond such boundaries - say friends, geo location, etc., thro. personalization. In a way, they are forcing you to listen only to your friends voices and not letting you look at what is going on the other side.