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Facebook adding Spotify
We may finally have the answer to the great mystery of who Facebook will partner with to bring a music service to its

massive social network: Everyone.

Dutch entrepreneur and developer Yvo Schaap took a look at the HTML for all the major music services and found that several

had references in meta tags to what appears to be a custom Facebook format.

Specifically, Schaap burberry scarf found Spotify, MOG, Rhapsody,

Soundcloud, Rdio, Deezer (France), and VEVO all seem to be tagging their songs to be Facebook-compatible.

Among the notable services absent from the list are Pandora and Napster. Pandora has been thought to be among Facebook's

most likely partners for adding music streaming to its network.

Schaap explained briefly on his blog what he thinks he's found:

Facebook is widely expected to announce the details of a new music service at its F8 conference on Thursday. There have also

been reports that some sort of stronger relationship between Facebook and Hulu will be announced at the gathering of

developers.

Whatever Facebook Lacoste outlet announces, it will come just one week after

Rdio and MOG both joined Spotify in offering a free account option. Clearly, the floodgates are beginning to open in the

streaming world.

A Google representative explained to Network World: "We don't comment on individual profiles, but it's important to keep in

mind that sharing activity can be taking place privately to circles. As we've shared before, we're seeing that people are

two to three times more likely to share content with one of their circles than to make a public post."

But that's not enough, is it? Somebody, somewhere always wants the CEO of Ford to drive a Ford and the CEO of Procter and

Gamble to wear Pampers.

Perhaps, though, they should consider that Page is, for once, setting an interesting trend. Figures from the blog 89n

suggest public postings on Google+ have decreased by 41 percent over just the last two months.

So, here is Page burberry outlet perhaps posting all his inner thoughts

and schemes to his various Google+ circles. True, he might also have decided that Google+ is infernally complicated and an

intrusion into his precious time.

He might be considering whether the world is necessarily on some unstoppable slide toward permanent public exposure. Perhaps

he's pausing to consider just how far this social thing should really stretch.

He might also have heard the words of Martin Sorrell, the perfectly formed and perfectly informed CEO of ad group WPP, who

posited only yesterday that making money from social networks might not have quite the ease of peas that many in polo shirts

had imagined.

"Facebook, Google+, Twitter...is a social interaction. We used to write letters to each other and now we correspond through

Facebook and Twitter and other forms of communication. If you interrupt that with a message, you may run into trouble,"

Sorrell said in a speech to the Royal Television Society.

Page might also cheap north face have have considered another article, at

Social Media Today, that showed that the world's most famous stars have very little fan commitment on their Facebook pages.

Yes, even Gaga.

He might have been too busy to read any of this. But equally, even in the last month, the Google CEO might suddenly have

begun to consider that there is a place, a space, beyond social--a new, new nirvana where money can be made.
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