10 Things We Learned From Facebook's Graph Search

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10 Things We Learned From Facebook's Graph Search
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People Who Like Star Wars Like KFC

People Who Like Star Wars Like KFC

According to Facebook, the majority of people who like Star Wars on the site also like KFC. Star wars lovers are also fans of Dairy Queen and the Facebook Culinary Team.

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On Tuesday Facebook unveiled Graph Search, a new way to search for information on the social network.

Currently in a limited beta, the feature allows you to search Facebook for things centered around four focus areas: People, Places, Photos and Interests. Searches unearth information shared by your friends, as well as public information on Facebook as a whole.

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For instance, while traveling you can use the tool to find out what friends or friends of friends you might have in the area. If you're looking for a new job, you might use Graph Search to see if you or any of your friends happen to know anyone who works at your dream company. It could even be used for online dating.

Curious what we could discover, we did a few off-the-wall searches using Graph Search to see what general, and interesting, information might be easily accessible now.

Check out the gallery above for some of the unique searches we did, and what we found out.

What will you use Graph Search for? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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