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OpenGraph light weight activity 
Another impressive round of innovations from Facebook released a this years F8 event. 40+ huge media partner integrations launched today. This pace of innovation and network node&edge growth will make them extremely hard to catch. Watch F8 event keynote below, funny Andy Samber intro....

Facebook progression of Open Graph:
1 - Mark become friends with (any person)
2 - Mark likes a (any noun)
Now - Mark (any verb + any noun) or (actions + objects)
Next - adjective, adverb?

New OpenGraph API to allow for light weight activity feeds like: Mark LISTENING to White Album, Mark PLANTING GREEN GRAPE TOMATO, ...

This massive stream of data will now be sorted by 'Graph Rank' and displayed in the sharp new Timeline interface.

Food continues to be an area of interest with Facebook, they mentioned several sites FoodSpoting, Foodily. Next: foodgraph and plantgraph?


Watch live streaming video from f8live at livestream.com


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Farmigo CSAaaS 
Great execution by Farmigo on their CSAaaS (community supported agriculture as a service), I made that up. Having researched this business model it was interesting to see the TechCrunch Disrupt presentation and questions. I think it's smart that they are focusing on the social interactions of the customer pickup groups. Strong believer that the food should be viewed as a social object, part of the "foodgraph". Good luck Farmigo!
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Processing.org graphics 

Globaia.org Some amazing graphics created with Processing, also check out New York Times Labs 3D propagation of stories on twitter using Processing and MongoDB.


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Algorithms 


Interesting Ted Talk regarding Algorithms. "Writing the unreadable", "Pragmatic Chaos" pick 60% of the movies people watch on Netflix. Kevin Slavin briefly mentions a company Epagogix that predicts box office success of a movie script through algorithms, same company Malcolm Gladwell was anonymously discussing in his 2006 talk So Predictable.

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Bacon and Cassandra 
to add bacon to kcocco.com click here

Found on blog while researching Cassandra NoSQL database

Cornify
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