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From the press release: The roll out is going to be slow so we can see how people use Graph Search and make improvements. and How are you rolling this out? Graph Search is in a limited preview, or beta. That means Graph Search will only be available to a very small number of people who use Facebook in US English. How can I get Facebook ...


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If he was your 3rd degree connection, this does not mean you now have 'friends in common'. That would have made him a 2nd degree (you->common friend -> him). What you are looking for is a person whom he and another one of your friends have now in common. Or to put it in different words - a 2nd degree connection which at least two of your friends share. I ...


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It is possible but not through Twitter UI. The solution would need programming and maybe a directed graph to keep track of the connections.


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Google has a social graph API which can show you the graph of links bewteen bloggers etc. See it in use on the example apps by entering a couple of example blogs in the box.


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there is a java-applet on TouchGraph.com, looks pretty nice. Use "link:yourblog.com" as query.


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I have created http://www.socialkhoj.com exactly for that. It does not have much data at the moment but soon will.


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You can find which of your existing friends have the most Likes in common with you on the new Facebook Pages browser. Unfortunately this doesn't help if you are looking for people that you don't already know. However you can interact with the other fans that you find on individual Pages that you Like, and can click on anyone's name on the Page to go to ...


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Well, let's think about what the goals are here. Since you're tying this primarily to the group, friends or friends-of-friends social graph, the first thing that comes to mind is Facebook. You also have a real-ish time requirement, so I don't think anything like the Social Graph API would work. I would recommend Twitter as well, but you'd need a pretty ...


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If all you are trying to do is see the connections you share with that person, go to his/her profile and click on the number of connections they have (example below). That will take you to a page with all their connections. If you look carefully, you'll see a tab that says: Shared Connections followed by a number in parenthesis (see the pic below). ...


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There is an easyer way! And yes, I tried Soocial and Plaxo wich did not work as I likes and you can check out how I set it up on my blog. If you go to http://memotoo.com and setup an account you can have your Facebook contacts synced using one of the provided applications to that service. They will then sync their server with Google and you get all of your ...


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If you're a programmer, you can use the API to get easy access to most of the information from your social graph. Notably missing were email addresses, the last time I looked.


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I don't believe this is possible. There are facebook apps to allow you to export your friends names, without the e-mails. some promise to give you the connection with gmail if you will give them your gmail password, I wouldn't do it if I where you. Also, see this thread.



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