This undated image pulled from video shows a video Facebook released Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012, that, somewhat abstractly, seeks to illustrate its ubiquity and utility in connecting people to one another. Directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, the video starts off with an empty red chair suspended in midair in a forest. Then it moves to chairs with people, first just one then two, and groups around a dinner table, dancing, playing. Then more chairs. It’s Facebook’s first advertising campaign surrounding its brand. So far, though, the company is not saying whether the video will air on television. (AP Photo/Facebook)

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This undated image pulled from video shows a video Facebook released Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012, that, somewhat abstractly, seeks to illustrate its ubiquity and utility in connecting people to one another. Directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, the video starts off with an empty red chair suspended in midair in a forest. Then it moves to chairs with people, first just one then two, and groups around a dinner table, dancing, playing. Then more chairs. It’s Facebook’s first advertising campaign surrounding its brand. So far, though, the company is not saying whether the video will air on television.  (AP Photo/Facebook)
This undated image pulled from video shows a video Facebook released Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012, that, somewhat abstractly, seeks to illustrate its ubiquity and utility in connecting people to one another. Directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, the video starts off with an empty red chair suspended in midair in a forest. Then it moves to chairs with people, first just one then two, and groups around a dinner table, dancing, playing. Then more chairs. It’s Facebook’s first advertising campaign surrounding its brand. So far, though, the company is not saying whether the video will air on television. (AP Photo/Facebook)
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