This is a big moment. Facebook and its peers have changed the way we communicate. I hope Zuckerberg and his team think deeply about the conditions for their long-term success.
The next Mark Zuckerberg will likely emerge from environments that foster, nurture and invest in the innovative spirit of its talented entrepreneurs.
Now, following Obama's veto, thousands of parents will get all excited. The veto will be imposed to everyone by default. Why? Because Obama said so.
Ken Auletta has constructed probably the best narrative yet about Google's rise and rise. But to what extent is the company in control of its destiny?
Here's my humble attempt to identify the best and the worst education news that occurred during the past 12 months.
I couldn't wait to declare our love for each other by sharing it with the world on Facebook (because how else does one declare their love if not through social media?)! He wasn't into it. I panicked.
Proclaim it from the rooftops: No, America is not "over." Yet a growing accumulation of evidence suggests that America today is not the America of 1945. Everyone else on the planet understands this. Perhaps it's finally time for Americans to do so as well.
Whether you are coding an app into the wee hours of the morning or running to your fifth pitch in one day, it takes a high degree of dedication, a characteristic that is emblematic of entrepreneurial spirit.
According to the Computer Crimes Act of Thailand, a website owner is responsible for anything written on their site, not just the actual author of the content.
Everyone's favorite social network is building a new datacenter in Luleå, Sweden that's going to be powered by renewable energy. That earns a big like from us.
Young people -- many of them college dropouts like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg before them -- are streaming to Palo Alto hoping to be the next Steve Jobs (another dropout) with the desire to invent something incredible that might change the world.
What if Zuckerberg had challenged innovative Black entrepreneurs across the nation, rather than students, to compete for 1,000 cash prizes of $100000 each?
For non-bloggers, and those who don't have the time or inclination to edit their life for the digital world, Facebook tempts you with the ease, fun and beauty of presenting your entire life online.
"We're confident that once we find out who people secretly hate, that we can release that information to marketers and develop an even more in-depth profile of one of our consumers. I'm sorry, I mean one of our Facebook users."
Lowercase That Promoter Modification. I am FAIRLY CERTAIN PROMOTERS ALL OVER THE WORLD HAVE ACCIDENTALLY HIT THE CAPS LOCK KEY AND FORGOTTEN TO GO BACK TO WRITING IN NORMAL PROSE.
Social media is social. So, wouldn't it make sense for Facebook to consult with users before they make changes to the site? Apparently, the company thinks not.