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March 2013

Remember, Facebook isn’t a platform for you to use — you are a platform for Facebook to use — Tech News and Analysis

by gregg
Facebook has come under fire from those who say the network is turning down the volume on their posts, but the bottom line is that the network can — and will — do whatever it wants with the algorithms controlling its news feed.

February 2013

Investigatiôns | - Facebook : le meilleur ou le pire vidéo en replay | en streaming sur francetv pluzz

by groucho
Investigatiôns | - Facebook : le meilleur ou le pire vidéo en replay | en streaming sur francetv pluzz http://bit.ly/Xc6hbz

Facebook : données c’est donner- Ecrans

by dzc & 1 other (via)
jeté un œil aux conditions d’utilisation du site — c’était l’histoire de cinq minutes. Ironiquement, en ce laps de temps, le réseau social tout bleu a eu l’occasion de rassembler beaucoup plus d’informations sur nous que nous sur lui...

(1) Orange France

by gregg
l’application Facebook “Fabulous Story“ où les données du profil Facebook serve à retracer la vie de l’internaute façon album de star, avec voix-off, musique et discours du président himself !

January 2013

December 2012

The Making of Fastbook: An HTML5 Love Story | Blog | Sencha

by srcmax & 2 others
When a team has problems with HTML5, it usually stems from the fact that they take a “website” development approach to building an app, and often don't use the right tools and architectures for application development. This is what we suspected about the Facebook HTML5 app. The way that app performed — slow loading, choppy user experience in the News Feed, low framerate — exhibited the usual symptoms.

The Making of Fastbook: An HTML5 Love Story | Blog | Sencha

by gregg & 2 others
When a team has problems with HTML5, it usually stems from the fact that they take a “website” development approach to building an app, and often don't use the right tools and architectures for application development. This is what we suspected about the Facebook HTML5 app. The way that app performed — slow loading, choppy user experience in the News Feed, low framerate — exhibited the usual symptoms.

November 2012