The search has begun for “Fiesta Agents” in the latest version of the Fiesta Movement. For the 2014 Ford Fiesta, they’re going all out to get user-generated content that truly exemplifies the sporty sub-compact, offering the car, gas, and insurance to 100 agents who can prove that they’d be the best agents in the world through a video submission.
Update 2: The site is back up and back to 20-minute update intervals.
Update: Digg sped back up to its normal pace for a little while, then went down completely. API calls and everything are currently down.
For over 12 hours, the Digg front page has moved at half speed. Instead of the normal 10-minute interval between updates, stories have remained at the top of the front page for 20 minutes.
Can Facebook break the trend? It seems that any time a web-based company gets “too big to fail”, it is destined to fall apart some time soon. History shows that companies often fall under the pressure of their own weight as well as poor decisions at the top. Is Mark Zuckerberg different? Is Facebook different? Will it stick around forever (or at least for another decade)?
There are some “what ifs” that probably shouldn’t be asked and definitely shouldn’t be visualized, but end up getting done anyway. This is a perfect example, taking the huge Facebook population and converting it into an infographic that depicts the “city” as it may look if you squeezed the hundreds of millions of pages and people into one metropolis.
Our friends at GetSatisfaction were up to the task, converting what can only be described as a huge mess into an attractive and coherent visualization that could adorn the walls of geeks across the Internet.