[Air-L] facebook evidence?
alex at halavais.net
Sun Sep 26 17:31:11 PDT 2010
Call me paranoid, but I would trust evidence based on experimentation over
Facebook's own claims any day, even if such claims were forthcoming, which I
Of course, deriving such evidence would be far from easy, especially if
bound by the terms of service...
On Sep 26, 2010 8:00 PM, "live" <human.factor.one at gmail.com> wrote:
> Isn't that a little like asking for Google's algorithm? Would they let
> out data like that? Hmmm, I wonder.
> On Sep 26, 2010, at 3:28 PM, Barry Wellman wrote:
>> I've learned a lot from the Facebook discussion about how "matches"
>> are made,* but mostly it has been deduction, conjecture and anecdote.
>> *****Does anybody have any really reliable, verifiable evidence
>> about how Facebook matches are actually made?
>> *And reinforced my own reasons for not on FBook, altho I am on
>> Barry Wellman
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