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At Facebook’s developer conference F8, the social network revealed several smaller ideas that build toward one really big one.
Yesterday, when Mark Zuckerberg took to the stage of F8—Facebook’s big development conference—he didn’t announce a big product consumers might care about, like Facebook Paper, or a new, multi-billion-dollar acquisition, like the texting app WhatsApp. 
Instead, he announced a series of small tweaks and developer tools that could change the way users play with apps, share content, and hop from screen to screen. It was a revealing look into a deeper strategy: 
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[Image: Facebook via 1000 Words / Shutterstock]

At Facebook’s developer conference F8, the social network revealed several smaller ideas that build toward one really big one.

Yesterday, when Mark Zuckerberg took to the stage of F8—Facebook’s big development conference—he didn’t announce a big product consumers might care about, like Facebook Paper, or a new, multi-billion-dollar acquisition, like the texting app WhatsApp

Instead, he announced a series of small tweaks and developer tools that could change the way users play with apps, share content, and hop from screen to screen. It was a revealing look into a deeper strategy: 

Read More>

[Image: Facebook via 1000 Words / Shutterstock]

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