Posted on November 3, 2007
Filed Under Web 2.0 Kool Aid |

Now that , I figured it was entirely appropriate to reveal that I have been one of the early beta testers for this revolutionary new system and have an exclusive screenshot of it in action!

If you’re not familiar with Project Bacon, it’s Facebook’s way of enabling me to tell all of my friends about my purchases on third party websites. Being a trendsetter has always been difficult for me, but with Project Bacon, I can now more easily broadcast my trendsetting messages to the world.

In a Drama 2.0 Show exclusive, I am showing for the first time a real-world Facebook Mini-Feed with Project Bacon data.

Men please note: this Mini-Feed is provided for sample purposes only and the techniques employed by Drama 2.0 should not be attempted by those without serious pimp game.

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7 Responses to “Exclusive! Facebook Project Bacon Screenshots”

  1. Pixelcollector on November 5th, 2007 7:51 am

    I believe it is called ‘Project Beacon’, not ‘Bacon’. Though your name is so much better ;-)


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  3. Commoncents on November 7th, 2007 10:10 am


    Bacon seems to have some obvious advantages. Note that Svetlana, Heather and Britney all frequently purchase family size bottles of KY gell. You may want to contact these ‘friends” first!

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  5. Steve Jobs on November 8th, 2007 12:35 am

    haha, I thought it was something to do with 6 Degrees of Bacon (Kevin Bacon). Now, THAT’D be an awesome Facebook app!!!

    Whoever does it, gimme my cudos for the idea :D

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