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The fortunes of the world’s largest social network depend on how much it can earn from mobile advertisements.
Taking aim at Google, the largest social network wants a database describing as many things as possible.
The company’s search engine will become formidable when it includes the text of comments and the vast store of Open Graph data about things outside Facebook.
It’s going to take time and user buy-in for Graph Search to be truly worthwhile.
The success of the social network’s new search tool will depend on how much information its users are willing to share.
From Facebook to shale oil to MOOCs, the numbers told the tale.
This year, the Web was dominated by online education, shifting social networks, and the continued march toward mobile.