Facebook is apparently unveiling its new Open Graph apps on Wednesday. Sources have told AllThingsD that the company will be using the private event it announced last week to release the first full group of applications that will incorporate into the Timeline feature, sharing information automatically between you and your friends. Corresponding to simple verbs like "watch" or "listen," the apps can be set to either log your information privately or to populate your timeline with it. Currently, a handful of companies have had their apps released, including Rdio, Spotify, and The Washington Post, but many developers are still waiting. Looks like Facebook will have to come up with some new verbs.