After all the complaining and internet uproar from the Timeline addition on Facebook. You would think that they would NEVER update anything ever again, but that's not the case.
Facebook is updating again, but don't worry, it's not going to be as big of a change as Timeline was. They are adding a new search feature to their site that I think is pretty cool but it's not sitting well with some people.
It's called Graph Search, and it's not quite like Google. Instead, it searches everyone's interests, hobbies, and social history. For example, you could search for something like, "Which of my friends like hiking?" Then it would dig through all of your friends' profiles for people who talk about or post photos of hiking, and let you know.
Or you could say, "Where should I eat when I visit Des Moines, Iowa?" And it will search for friends, friends of friends, or others who've posted about eating in Des Moines and give you recommendations.
It seems pretty helpful to me but people are calling it creepy and of course privacy invading. This is how I feel, if you are going to have a social networking profile with all your personal information on it with the sole purpose of sharing that information with other people who are doing the same. Then why do you get mad when they want to use the information you give them willingly? If you don't want the world to know about it, keep it to yourself or at least not broadcast it to a website that is meant for sharing.
Believe it or not, you don't HAVE to share everything that's happening in your life.
What do you think, creepy or helpful?