Using Facebook Graph Search in Your Professional Capacity
Friday, 25th January 2013
We've all been wondering what the big announcement from Facebook was going to be, was it going to be a phone or a TV Channel? No, it turns out Facebook's big announcement was for a new internal search engine called "Graph Search". So, why should information professionals get excited about Graph Search?
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By James Mullan
James Mullan has worked in the legal sector since 2001. He is an advocate of social media tools and has been talking about how these tools can be used by information professionals and organisations since 2005. James is a Past President of BIALL and in 2009 won the Wildy-BIALL Law Librarian of the year award for his use of social media tools. Outside of work James is a keen runner and maintains his own blog called "The Running Librarian". You can follow James on Twitter @jamesmullan6 or friend him on Facebook.
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