Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Last week, to a backdrop of whoops and cheers which have become customary at American tech launches, Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, unveiled a new version of his site at “f8”, the social network’s annual developer’s conference. A major part of the series of announcements he made about the 750 million-strong social network was the idea that there would now be content served directly to users on the site via a “new class of apps”. Now any company or individual with some content to share has a direct line into a person’s news feed – should the individual choose to sign up to the app in question.
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