Another day, another breach of privacy change on Facebook. On Tuesday, Lord Zuckerberg introduced the latest addition to his up-and-coming social networking site, Facebook: Graph Search. What is Graph Search? Basically, it's Google. Well, it's not really Google, as only Google's Google, but it's basically a search engine -- a very specific search engine -- within the site.
Soon you'll be able to search things like "TV shows liked by my friends", or "bicycling Los Angeles", or "marketing jobs" within the site. (Graph Search is available in limited release as of yesterday, but don't worry, it's coming to a computer near you soon.)
To some this may seem like a cool feature, as it will simplify the laborious task of poring over every individual friend of yours, and beyond, to see who likes Parks and Recreation as much as you do. But for others, as the story often goes with Facebook, not so much.