It’s Friday, November 30, 2012. Welcome to #TheFeed!
Read of the Day #1: Zynga Breaks Away From Facebook [via AllFacebook]
Late Thursday, news broke that game developer Zynga severed most ties to Facebook, according to documents filed to the Securities and Exchange Commission. Earlier this year, Zynga was credited for generating 12% of Facebook’s entire revenue. This move could be fairly amicable, as the developer wanted to rely less on Facebook, which had already reduced it’s support for their games.
Read of the Day #2: U.N. Twitter typo calls for ‘1-state’ solution [via CNN]
In an ultimate ut-oh, the United Nations’ Twitter account messed up the Middle East peace plan of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Ban supports a two-state plan between Israel and Palestine, but the Twitter feed said he supports a one-state plan. It was a difference of one key-stroke placement. Maybe a few centimeters. But the difference between one- and two-state solutions is the heart of the crisis. Oops.
Song of the Day: Dave Matthews Band “Ants Marching”