Intel’s Museum of Me makes Facebook’s Look Back look like child’s play

To celebrate its’ 10th birthday, Facebook had generated a video for every one of its 1.23 billion users to say thanks.

Called Look Back, the automatically-generated video gives you a visual overview of your history on Facebook. It starts by displaying when you joined the social network and then surfaces your very first profile photo. The video also aggregates your most liked status updates, photos and important moments from your life on Facebook.

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“It’s been an amazing journey so far, and I’m so grateful to be a part of it,” said Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a post.

And of course, everyone loved it, and actively shared it on their Facebook walls.

If you are not one of those whom are satisfied with the 1 minute video by Facebook, Intel has long released a similar version couple of years back called intel musuem of me

Intel‘s Museum of Me interactive campaign, launched in May 2011, has won the Best of Show Cyber Lotus at Adfest, in recognition for best use of social media, and Gold Cyber Lotus for Best use of Interactive Video. Visitors to are able to visualize their Facebook network, with Friend profile pictures, personal photographs, commonly used words and phrases, geographical location, and recently liked videos and images presented in a virtual gallery setting, with the ability to upload the exhibition as a photo gallery on Facebook.

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