Bing now displays your Facebook friends who have "liked" a link
in its search results. If you're searching for a restaurant in New Orleans, for example, and a friend has publicly "liked" one, then you'll see his or her photo and name below the link. Even those of us with the most extensive friends lists won't find "liked" links in every search result, though. Still, this new feature should give content publishers more incentive to share on Facebook, since doing so will likely generate more hits in Bing's search results, thanks to what amounts to free endorsements from Facebook users.