In a not-so-shocking geek-billionaire move of web domination, Zuck has purchased the face-recognition website Face.com today (as if we ever needed more help in the “I totally threw up after downing 12 shots of Jagermeister at that seedy Amsterdam weed party” photo-tagging department). Face.com joins its hipster-crap neighbor Instagram in the Facebook purchases club, and they seem all too happy to hit that baby-blue “like” button.
“We love building products, and like our friends at Facebook, we think that mobile is a critical part of people’s lives as they both create and consume content, and share content with their social graph,” the site’s team announced today. “By working with Facebook directly, and joining their team, we’ll have more opportunities to build amazing products that will be employed by consumers – that’s all we’ve ever wanted to do. :)”
Yes, all they’ve ever wanted to do was make sure every one of your work buddies saw your triumphant teabagging antics after getting high last night. Maybe after we’ve all filed invasion of privacy complaints, they’ll acquire deletethisphotoforever.com?