Feb 17 Posted 5 years ago
The really interesting thing to see is what happens if Facebook makes tackling search a priority.
Google has a fraction of the social data that Facebook has.
It will be interesting to see if Facebook ever chooses to compete with Facebook head on just like Google chose to compete with Facebook head on.
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