Install a little bookmarklet in your browser, and soon you’ll be presented with a list of people you search for most often on Facebook. This reveals the data that gives Facebook some of its magic, where it’s able to predict who you’re searching for when you type names into the search field. And, it could be a bit embarrassing.
It’s perfectly safe, and it’s also easy to install — as long as you’re not using Facebook with “https”. Go toTheKeesh, drag the image (or drag this text link, the image wouldn’t work for me) provided on that site to your bookmarks bar, go to Facebook, and click on the bookmark you’ve installed.
Suddenly, you’ll see a long list of people’s names, each with a corresponding number. You’ll notice that the names at the top are those whom you search and interact with most often. It’s mildly shocking to see a list, right there in your face, of those you stalk the most. And no, I won’t show you my list.
Find out more about how this secret link was discovered and other interesting parts of the info about you that can be perused with this little piece of code by visiting TheKeesh. Two caveats: One, it might not be long until Facebook makes it so you can’t see this information, and two, we’re not sure if Jeremy’s TheKeesh site can handle the boatloads of users who are about to go there to try this out.