Before getting into the answer to the question above, I would like your full attention first. Something big is coming your way! Later don’t blame me that I didn’t warned about it. Something is going to change the way we perceive so-called “Web Search” till now or may be it very well change our habits altogether. Okay, let me cut down the c**p and get to the point. Yes, today finally I was able to play with the real-time search feature that Facebook launched couple of days back (actually it was a phased roll-out). And seriously the things I saw and the way I interpreted things, there is more hint to the next generation of social search evolving than just plain vanilla features which many distributed search companies have tried to come out with.buy valium without prescription
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I found it fascinating that the very first question in the official FAQ positions the tool foremost as a news discovery engine. I think that with a few additions like geo-tagging, alerts and better content discovery tools (e.g. show me trends from my friends’ friends), they’re moving toward potentiality something huge. The Friendfeed team I am sure will help them.A question to ponder: what does this mean for journalism and PR? A lot. As Facebook Search grows and, yes, learns, it will become a lot more powerful. Over time, it could change our habits and accelerate what many of us are doing now – becoming source agnostic. Lots to consider here. This, folks, is a very very big deal. And it’s just the beginning. If you think about the number of sites that use Facebook Connect and ponder whether the crawl could span to those satellites as well, suddenly you can see a new era for search emerging. Google should be scared. Facebook may have a leg in here – if they can keep their community growing.