Jan 16, 2013
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The most interesting searches weren’t necessarily the most complicated, but those that asked Facebook to combine its knowledge in ways that other sites can’t. In an effort to suss out authentic cuisine, I tried, “Mexican restaurants in New York liked by people from Mexico.” That’s something I can’t ask of Yelp, my go-to restaurant finder.
Farhad Manjoo on Facebook Graph Search: How the social network’s new search engine could change the way you use the Web. - Slate Magazine
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