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Summary:

Are Facebook friends a better way to find stuff? Open Compute spawns a sweet new server, but Netflix Open Connect is not sweet for Time Warner Cable.

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On this week’s episode of the GigaOM Podcast, we dig into Facebook’s foray into search, learn that the servers at the Open Compute Summit are going to be a disruptive big deal, and pick apart the fight between Netflix and Time Warner Cable to bring you SUPER 1080p movies.

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SHOW NOTES:
Hosts: Chris Albrecht and Erica Ogg
Guests: Eliza Kern, Stacey Higginbotham and Janko Roettgers

  • Can Facebook friends find what you need?
  • Open Compute spawns a server that could spawn better web services
  • Time Warner Cable does not like Netflix’s Open Connect
  • Parting gifts: Janko finds what’s online with canistream.it, Erica laughs along with Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, and Chris suggests GigaOM Research’s Big Data podcast.

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