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Submission + - Facebook Testing The Want Button (ibtimes.com)

redletterdave writes: "Facebook already knows what you "Like." Soon, it may ask you what you Want. Tom Waddington, a Web developer for the craft website Cut Out + Keep, discovered that Facebook has included code for a disabled "Want" button within the Javascript of its list of social plug-ins. The code was released to the Facebook Javascript SDK last Wednesday, but Waddington discovered the disabled button among other embedded tags, including "degrees," "social context" and "page events." Waddington says the "Want" button would work with Open Graph projects that use the tag "products.""
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