CEO Mark Zuckerberg kicks off the company's F8 developers' conference today by introducing a revamped profile page called Timeline, as well as changes to Facebook's Open Graph apps platform that make it easier for users to share media.
A Timeline, Zuckerberg says, is "the story of your life," significantly altering the way users' information is shown on Facebook, and presenting "all your stories, all your apps, and a new way to express who you are....It's a way to tell all the important stories from your life on a single page." Shown here is Zuckerberg's own Timeline, including his dog "Beast."
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Open Graph and Ticker will be rolled out slowly, giving developers a chance to create apps for Timeline. However, Zuckerberg says elements of Open Graph that make discovering of media content like music, movies, TV, and news will be available immediately.
Then he calls up Spotify CEO Daniel Ek to talk about what his company has done with the app platform to make it easier to share and discover.