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Facebook Makes Staying Updated Easier

Launches Aggregation of Employee Blogs

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Facebook has launched a page where posts from its employees’ blogs are aggregated. This will include not only blogs themselves, but posts from Facebook Notes made by employees as well.

"We’re always getting asked what people who work at Facebook are up to and how they can find out about it," explains Alex Moskalyuk on the Facebook Blog. "Facebook is focused on helping people share and connect, and in our work, we encounter some pretty big questions and unsolved problems. Often our work follows us home. With so many interesting challenges and perspectives, we want to surface all the thoughts, energy and passion of the people at Facebook."

People.Facebook.com

The page can be found at people.facebook.com, and consists of three channels:

1. Engineering
2.Platform
3.Life

More channels will make their way to the page in the future. "You’ll discover a bit of everything from an engineer’s diatribe on what makes good code to an open letter to the White House on best practices for the President’s website and even an explanation as to how the OpenID experience can work within pop-up windows," says Moskalyuk.

People looking to stay current on Facebook happenings (including those of us who report on them) should fin the page incredibly useful. Of course it includes RSS feeds for the main page as well as each channel.

Facebook Makes Staying Updated Easier


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  • http://www.smartfusion.ca/ SmartFusionCA

    Almost everybody is now on Facebook and I like the fact that they are launching aggregation of employee blogs. It helps me connect with my old friends and long lost friends! :)

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    now any where people of hence faebook. facebook it is true ok.

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    If the average company or brand was having a better result, I’m sure we’d be getting real metric information about it. We aren’t really. (Outside of Dell.) I use Twitter and we got 157 visits from Twitter so far this month with a total number of followed of about 2,500. What other sort of metrics do you have to support this? What case studies have been done?

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