Facebook has been busy. Over the last several months, it has been rapidly evolving from a site where you were subjected to an endless stream of photos of your acquaintances’ children to a modern media company. And by the looks of it, the company that Mark Zuckerberg started in a Harvard dorm room in 2004 is just getting started.
Perhaps the biggest shift in Facebook’s model is its insistence on video. The site’s video auto-play feature was introduced last year, and now more native Facebook videos are watched on the service than YouTube videos.