Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Last week at the f8 Developers Conference, they announced a fix that will not only change how you use Facebook – it will also change the way that we generally perceive the value of liking something as well. As Mark Zuckerberg described in his keynote, “you don’t have to LIKE a book – you can just READ a book. You don’t have to LIKE a movie, you can just WATCH a movie.” Over the coming weeks, Facebook will launch a standard set of buttons for “watching, reading and listening” – as well as using their Open Graph to let developers create buttons of their own (follow link for source of the mock graphic list of potential Facebook buttons at right).
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