In about a decade, Facebook has gone from connect students on college campuses to building laser-equipped drones to beam the internet down to people in places that lack connectivity. It’s a monolith, so large and imposing that many see it as not only their front door to the web, but the web itself.
And that’s exactly why the company’s yearly developer conference, F8, is so important - because as Facebook’s story changes, so too do the stories of over a billion people across the planet using its services.
So this week on the show, a rundown of Facebook’s 10 year roadmap and how it will help us tell better stories.
- "F8 Conference 2016" – The Verge
- "Facebook's Drop In Personal Sharing Posts Risks Turning Site Into LinkedIn" – Inverse
- Facebook Home
- "Everything You Need To Know About Facebook's 10 Year Plan" – Mashable
- "There Was An Explosion In New York City, And Seconds Later I Was Watching It On Periscope" – The Verge
- "Why Do Older People Love Facebook? Let's Ask My Dad" – NYTimes
- 049: A Phone With A View
- "The iPad Pro As A Laptop Replacement? You Betcha!" – Medium
- "Double-Ended Podcasting With iOS And iPad Pro" – AppFactor