When the internet is your friend

It’s a tough sell when a company like Facebook wants to get you to make a decision.

But what if it’s the only way you can be online?

That’s the premise of a new initiative called “Radar”, which wants to help you make your own decisions about where you’re headed.

The app, which has already caught the attention of the UK’s top internet company, aims to change how you get around.

It uses a combination of “location-based services” and other technology to help people choose where to live, work, shop, play and more.

So what does the app actually do?

“It’s really about location-based technologies,” said James Fong, a former vice president at Facebook who is now a partner at venture capital firm Accel Partners.

“It will enable us to know where to build and what kinds of people to work with.”

It’s basically a new kind of virtual world, where people can create their own “worlds” and then play around with them.

“We are going to see more of this,” he said.

It’s like a new, digital version of Minecraft where you can explore and interact with your virtual worlds, Fong said.

The idea behind the app is that people will soon be able to set up their own virtual worlds.

“You’ll be able create a virtual world and it will allow you to visit other people’s worlds.

It will allow for interaction, and for people to be part of that interaction,” Fong told Quartz.

Fong has previously worked on other “world building” applications for Facebook, including the “trees” app.

It was a fun app to work on, he said, but one where he didn’t get a lot of feedback from the users.

Fongs team started by thinking about how to make it easier for people.

“If you want to do this kind of thing, it’s going to be really challenging,” he explained.

“And the easiest way to get feedback from your users is through their data.

So we thought, ‘Why not just give it to them and see what they think?'”

So Fong set about creating a new “world” and invited people to submit their own worlds.

People were then asked to create their worlds.

They were then told that their worlds were public and could be shared with the world.

In other words, it was a new type of “social experiment”.

This was just a few months ago.

But Fong says he hopes the app will be useful for a whole lot longer.

“In my opinion, we’ve already been a long way from the day when this kind, really, really interesting, really new social experiment is going to happen,” he told Quartz in an interview.

Fons is not alone in thinking the world could be a better place if it was built through social tools.

“I think we’ve been in this weird, weird situation where people think we’re all going to go extinct,” said David Karp, co-founder of the internet startup Zoho.

“This is an experiment.

And it’s a great experiment.

I think we can do it better.”

This is an idea that’s already been tried before, with apps like Tinder and Meet Me.

But with the advent of the mobile internet, and the growing number of people online, Fons thinks it’s only a matter of time before the “world is yours” comes to the masses.

“The fact that the world is now yours, that the people you have on Facebook are your friends, that you can talk to them, and that you’re going to connect with them through this new social app, it’ll be a much better world,” Fons told Quartz at the start of the beta.

So will it work?

It depends on how well it works for you.

In the beta, Fon said he hopes people will use the app for a couple of weeks.

If it works, it could prove to be a powerful tool to get people to share their worlds with others.

It could also make it more difficult for the internet giant to make its plans to take over your life.

But if the app doesn’t work out, the team will be able launch another version of the app later this year.

And in the meantime, Fongs hope to give people more options in their lives.

“A lot of times you don’t know what’s going on in the world until you try to get in the door,” he added.