Mashable's Editor-in-Chief Lance Ulanoff wrote an op-ed arguing that the new Facebook graph search was more innovative than many gave it credit for. Craig Wall argued that the new smart search is not revolutionary, but is definitely a much-needed improvement.
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Last week was full of major announcements: Facebook unveiled its new Graph Search, Google's CEO, Larry Page, shared his opinion of Facebook's products, and (perhaps most importantly) Destiny's Child debuted a new song, "Nuclear."
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Another notable and highly discussed story was about a U.S. employee outsourcing his job to China. While many of our readers applauded the move, others argued that he was only doing what many do as a company-wide practice.
Finally, Mashable's Christina Warren responded to news of Aaron Swartz's passing in a personal post. Our readers reacted strongly, thanking Warren for voicing her story and sharing their own struggles with depression.
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