The Anything Graph

I feel pretty! Facebook releases broad test of new status actions | VentureBeat

“If you’re seeing a new way to share status messages that include pre-thought-out actions such as “feeling,” “eating,” and “watching,” Facebook is doing a broad test of these actions”.

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Facebook’s biggest change yet: Actions are here | VentureBeat

“A slew of new partners are using Actions, the Facebook feature that will let developers make just about any verb a semantically cross-indexed link.

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Facebook-linked apps you use might show other lists — for example, clothes you’ve worn, products you want, books you’ve read, movies you’ve reviewed — anything you’ve talked about on the network or on Facebook-connected sites around the web.

Discover what your friends are listening to/planning/collecting/discussing/thinking…all your stories will be told, not through a universe of apps, but universally on Facebook and with a structured context.

Actions are kind of the Holy Grail of semantic data, defining relation types between people, objects, content, places, businesses, and so much more. If users warm to the idea of Actions, it might also be one of the most valuable and lucrative move Facebook will ever make.

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