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Facebook Disabled Website At HQ, Prompting Employees To Use Mobile

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Facebook has been big on dogfooding its employees, and it appears the latest round came when the company shut off its website internally, forcing employees to only use their mobile applications. Facebook Product Manager Josh Williams, formerly CEO of Gowalla, told attendees at South by Southwest that Facebook blocked some employees’ access to Facebook.com at the campus for a while in an effort to get them to communicate using the native mobile apps.

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Facebook To Employees: Start ‘Droidfooding’

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Facebook continues to ramp up its support for the Android platform, putting its own take on dogfooding — defined on Wikipedia as “a slang term used to reference a scenario in which a company (usually, a software company) uses its own product to demonstrate the quality and capabilities of the product” — with “Droidfooding” posters appearing throughout its headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif.

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