FaceBook launches it's new platform- and a great party!

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Facebook is a social utility that connects you with the people around you. They just threw a huge event down in San Francisco,called F8, to launch and celebrate their new platform and features- all of which benefit you. So I grabbed my camera and headed down there to get the low down on what we can all really expect. I was blown away- they've opened up their platform to third party developers who are all contributing to making FaceBook the place to be. Take a look at this video and then head over to some partner sites like Photobucket , box.net , uber.com , BunchBall and U Play Me and check out the collaboration.

 Also...I learned what a lolcat is. I must have been living under a rock.

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      Matthew Mushall

      That looked like a pretty big party, reminded me of a mash-up.  There were quite a few developers working with facebook applications.  Seems cool, but I never really got into facebook...and I used to like myspace, but even that got old.  Actually, I've been having some fun customizing my Windows Live Space and making friends with people in China.

      If you're moving back to NY to work for "uPlayMe," will Tina be picking up the slack on10?  Smiley

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      Matthew Mushall

      That looked like a pretty big party, reminded me of a mash-up.  There were quite a few developers working with facebook applications.  Seems cool, but I never really got into facebook...and I used to like myspace, but even that got old.  Actually, I've been having some fun customizing my Windows Live Space and making friends with people in China.

      If you're moving back to NY to work for "uPlayMe," will Tina be picking up the slack on10?  Smiley

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