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Path Makes Social Search Personal

December 27, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

The mobile social network Path has come up with a social search system that’s more like a memory bank than an archive, allowing users the flexibility to search in many different ways. “Think of Facebook as Home Depot with long aisles to travel before reaching a pile of stuff, and Path as a local hardware store owned by the person who lives in the apartment above it,” said journalism professor Rich Hanley.

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