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Exposing human nature on Facebook

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Facebook suggests Advil as a related page for Fireball and Svedka. Facebook used to have a tool called Lexicon that let you trend out interests like this: You can still do crazy data mining via graph search. Or like this. You have to be part psychologist and part mathematician to really get social… Read more »

Facebook knows who your best friends are and what you did last night

You can do some crazy data mining on your competitors and your own page right now. And you may have noticed that Facebook can make recommendations based on what you might like. Not everyone gets the same recommendations, since the search results are sorted by where you live, what your… Read more »

How the 300,000 EscapeArtist members can find a home on Facebook

Christine is the partner of Escape Artist International. She has over 300,000 people in her email list and wants to “clean up” their social media. Their clients want to live, work, and invest in other countries. They’ve been around 18 years and grew up from an ex-pat community that shared… Read more »