This is a great article written by Guillaume Decugis who is the CEO of Scoop.it which he contributed to Fast Company. I won’t try to give you his take, but let me just suffice to say he does bring up some very interesting points.
From the article.
If the future of search is likely to be social, the future of social is likely to involve more search. While one could justify the launch of Google+ by the pure objective of making Google Search stay relevant, Facebook made a huge promise recently with the introduction of Facebook Graph Search: that it could somehow let users derive valuable information from the personal and social data others have shared on the social network. Though sometimes questionable, results from Facebook Graph Search let you discover from friends and friends of friends new books to read, movies to watch, places to visit, or restaurants to go to.
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