Facebook showed us its new News Feed last week. It's as pretty as anyone could have hoped, and a wonderful update to the design. But lost in the big images and new feeds was a pretty major change that actually started weeks ago: The first thing you look at on Facebook's page has moved.
Graph Search is Facebook's bold new way of browsing the social network, letting you call up photos of your family in Coventry, restaurants your friends like in London, or any public updates from Gizmodo employees who also like hot air ballooning. It's currently only available to a limited number of users, but it's coming to your timeline soon. And in the wrong hands, it can be the ultimate stalker search engine. Read More >>
Slacktory's video shows how Facebook Graph Search, as awesome as it can be, will quickly devolve into a completely inappropriate search engine for finding MILFs, GILFs, pictures taken at the beach and anything of that nature. Basically, it's going to start innocently with people trying to find others with the same music tastes, but eventually become creepers filtering and stalking people they wish they could have sex with. Read More >>
Tweaking your Activity Log just became a necessary and tedious new part of being a Facebook user. Thanks to the service's new Graph Search feature, all that profile info you've painstakingly updated over the years (employer, home town, relationship status, movie likes, etc) and all the photos you've added over time, are now to become data in a database of the social network's trillion connections between a billion users. Read More >>
FB's glistening new search engine makes finding interesting things about yourself, your past, and all of your friends excitingly easy. It also makes it a cinch to find strangers who are openly racist, sexist, and generally embarrassing. This is fun! Read More >>
Facebook Graph Search is an amazing feature with a terrible name. It takes the massive, inordinate amount of personal information and experiences you've charted over the years, and pulls them up with a few keystrokes. Watch it in action. Read More >>