By mid-May 2010, Facebook announced that over 100,000 sites had implemented one of these five social plugins. Together with other Facebook API implementations (previously known as Facebook Connect before the company retired the “Connect” brand name), more than 250,000 sites are now using Facebook APIs.

We sat down with Facebook CTO Bret Taylor to talk about Facebook’s vision for the future of the Facebook Platform, and how it’s affecting everything the company is doing.

Taylor shared his thoughts on the state of the Open Graph Protocol, and Facebook’s long term Platform vision as it relates to mobile and regional growth.

"> By mid-May 2010, Facebook announced that over 100,000 sites had implemented one of these five social plugins. Together with other Facebook API implementations (previously known as Facebook Connect before the company retired the “Connect” brand name), more than 250,000 sites are now using Facebook APIs.

We sat down with Facebook CTO Bret Taylor to talk about Facebook’s vision for the future of the Facebook Platform, and how it’s affecting everything the company is doing.

Taylor shared his thoughts on the state of the Open Graph Protocol, and Facebook’s long term Platform vision as it relates to mobile and regional growth.

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Facebook CTO Bret Taylor Discusses the Open Graph

Last updated March 15, 2012

Note: This interview was originally published in September of 2010.

By mid-May 2010, Facebook announced that over 100,000 sites had implemented one of these five social plugins. Together with other Facebook API implementations (previously known as Facebook Connect before the company retired the “Connect” brand name), more than 250,000 sites are now using Facebook APIs.

We sat down with Facebook CTO Bret Taylor to talk about Facebook’s vision for the future of the Facebook Platform, and how it’s affecting everything the company is doing.

Taylor shared his thoughts on the state of the Open Graph Protocol, and Facebook’s long term Platform vision as it relates to mobile and regional growth.


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