The LA Philharmonic launched a spectacular micro site celebrating the arrival of Music Director Gustavo Dudamel. The attention to social details is quite amazing.
What I love about the site located at http://www.laphil.com/gustavo, is that it features so much share-able content. My favorite example is this video of Members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, celebrities, and LA residents welcome Gustavo Dudamel to Los Angeles in a video shot at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Santa Monica beach, the Griffith Observatory and other L.A. landmarks.
The site uses your public Facebook information and friend data to give you a flash into my future. The text to voice integration got my last name right and spoke to me. (it sounded better than most real people!)
This is a lovely way to use people's public info to personalize a web experience.
It would have been interesting for them to have included a predictive algorithm to "predict" who you will be friends with in the future. They could do this by looking at your friends and looking at common friend characteristics.