bhonda - 12:46 pm on Apr 29, 2013 (gmt 0)
Ok, so I've been on Facebook for years. Recently got a bit bored with it, but that's beside the point.
At work a couple of months ago, I was experimenting with OAuth/OpenId, and tried to set up a 'log in with Facebook' feature (along with Google, Twitter, etc).
I decided that I didn't want to associate my work with my existing Facebook account, so I created a brand new Facebook account, with my work email. The only thing that was common between the two accounts was my name (which isn't exactly the most unique in the world).
Was debugging an issue today, and had to log into my work Facebook account to check the app settings - and was a little surprised to see a list of 'Friends you might know', and they were actually people that I do know.
Maybe I screwed up somewhere and logged in with the wrong account once, but I'm pretty sure I didn't.
Part of me is impressed that it actually has worked out who I know (or at least made a connection between the two accounts), but the rest of me just doesn't like it.
My guess is that I accidentally signed in to the app with my personal account once, and is picking up a relationship that way. If that's the case, then fine, I get it. If not, then I have no idea what's going on.