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'They Grow Up So Quickly!' Mark Zuckerberg's Daughter Heads Off for First Day of Preschool

'They Grow Up So Quickly!' Mark Zuckerberg's Daughter Heads Off for First Day of Preschool
Mark Zuckerberg and wife Dr. Priscilla Chan‘s 2-year-old daughter Maxima “Max” hit a milestone this week: her first day of preschool!

The 33-year-old Facebook founder shared a photo of Max’s big day on Wednesday, he and his wife crouching down to talk to their eldest daughter about her big day.

“First day of preschool,” Zuckerberg wrote. “They grow up so quickly.”

Max was dressed extra special to meet her teachers and classmates too. The tiny tot wore a turquoise sweater with white patterned tights. She brought with her a green knapsack and wore her hair up in a ponytail.
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Insights: Facebook, Apple, Amazon, And Google’s Charm Offensive or: FANGs Make Nice With America

After too much time for bad behavior, the Internet’s biggest powerhouses apparently collectively decided it was time to make nice with their American customers/hosts/neighbors. Perhaps Facebook, Amazon, Apple, and Google (four-fifths of the so-called FANGs along with not-in-hot-water Netflix) can buy back our love. They sure need to do something.

Just to review the Fang-tastic news of the past few days:

Facebook announced the biggest News Feed changes perhaps since adding it to the interface in 2006. After all the Fake News and Russian election manipulation, among other News Feed issues, Mark Zuckerberg had to do something. His solution: kick third-party publishers and content to the curb, consigning those who aren’t paying for placement largely to an easily overlooked new section.

I doubt this fixes Facebook’s real problems, which are built on the core of its business model. Basically, the longer we stick around on Facebook,
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Facebook Shares Drop 4 Percent After Announcement of News Feed Changes

Wall Street isn’t hitting the “like” button on Facebook’s latest algorithm change. Shares of the social network are down more than 4 percent in early morning trading on Friday, following CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s announcement the social network would undergo a “major change” to the News Feed, prioritizing posts from friends and family. “The research shows that when we use social media to connect with people we care about, it can be good for our well-being,” wrote Zuckerberg in a post on Thursday explaining the decision. “We can feel more connected and less lonely, and that correlates with long term measures of...
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Facebook News Feed Shifts Focus to Family and Friends

When Facebook launched in 2005, it was directly targeted to connect people and bring friends and family closer. It was the center to communicate with friends far away through its notorious wall posts, reconnect with childhood pals through suggested friends, and unite with primas and tías with Facebook groups.

Now, the social media phenomenon, created by Mark Zuckerberg, plans to go back to its roots to foment “meaningful interactions.” On January 11, the company announced an update to its “News Feed.” The News Feed will now allow for more friends and family content, instead of brands and news outlets. It is a
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Oprah Has Better Odds to Win 2020 Presidency Than Joe Biden, Dwayne Johnson

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President Oprah Winfrey? It could happen. The breakout star of the 75th Golden Globes has better odds to claim the White House than former Vice President Joe Biden, according to BetOnline, a prominent Internet gambling company. The company is currently giving the former daytime television star 20 to 1 odds of becoming the next President of the United States. Those betting on Biden are given 25 to 1 odds. Some other contenders Winfrey topped were Mark Zuckerberg, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand — all of whom were given 25 to 1 odds. Also Read: Oprah Winfrey 2020? Her Q Score Suggests She...
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Mark Zuckerberg’s Personal 2018 Challenge: Making Facebook Hospitable Again

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Thursday his personal challenge for 2018 is to make your experience on the social network a lot less hate filled. The 33-year-old exec took to his personal Fb page and said his sights are set this year on fixing “important issues” that put the tech giant under the microscope last year. (He sets a personal challenge every year.) “The world feels anxious and divided, and Facebook has a lot of work to do,” wrote Zuckerberg. “Whether it’s protecting our community from abuse and hate, defending against interference by nation states, or making sure that time.
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Insights: What Worked (And What Didn’t Work) In 2017 In Digital Media And Entertainment

Are we done here yet? The end of the year is a good time to look back at this messy, disfigured, endlessly shifting mess called 2017, and assess How Things Went. And boy, am I ready for 2017 to go. For now, though, let’s look at some of the big shifts in this year full of change to see what we have before us as we head into the new year.

Journalism made a comeback, kind of.

In the wake of Donald Trump’s election, and his endless attacks on mainstream news organizations (among many other institutions, such as the FBI, the judiciary and the Constitution), mainstream news organizations such as the New York Times and Washington Post staged a comeback from years of decline, notching record numbers of digital subscribers and plenty of hot scoops. All wasn’t completely rosey, however. At one point, a newspaper group proposed getting Congressional
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The Winklevoss Twins Took Their Facebook Money and Became Bitcoin Billionaires

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What would you do if Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg cashed you out for a cool $65 million? Pay off your crushing student loan debt? Throw some money on blue chip stocks and let it grow? Maybe buy your own island? The Winklevoss Twins — made famous by Armie Hammer’s portrayal in the 2010 film “The Social Network” — decided to go a different route: They loaded up on bitcoin. And their bet is paying off in a big way. With the value of bitcoin, the grandaddy cryptocurrency, jumping from about $1,000 at the beginning of the year to more than $16,000...
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Facebook Will Reportedly Test Pre-Roll Ads On Its Watch Tab

To this point, Facebook has resisted the pre-roll advertising format that is common around the online video industry. As the social media giant continues to incubate a lineup of original shows, however, it appears to be shifting its strategy. According to a report from AdAge, Facebook will test short spots that will play in front of content on the four-month-old Watch tab.

AdAge's report cites ad industry sources, who believe Facebook plans to limit its pre-roll experiment to the Watch tab. Videos that show up on the news feeds of individual users will continue to launch without ads, though they may sometimes feature so-called "mid-rolls" that appear in the middle of their runtime.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has indicated on several occasions that he does not feel pre-rolls fit with Facebook's brand, mostly because he believes users do not want to be immediately interrupted as they browse social content.
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Randi Zuckerberg Blasts Alaska Air Crew Response to Accusation Passenger Sexual Harassed Her

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Former Facebook executive and sister of founder Mark Zuckerberg went public Wednesday night with an accusation she was sexually harassed on a recent Alaska Airlines flight, and that when notified, flight staff did nothing to stop it. “Feeling disgusted & degraded after an @AlaskaAir flight where the passenger next to me made repeated lewd sexual remarks,” tweeted Zuckerberg, who now heads up lifestyle website Zuckerberg Media. “The flight attendants told me he was a frequent flier, brushed off his behavior & kept giving him drinks. I guess his $ means more than our safety?” Zuckerberg says she was seated next to...
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Jay-z on His "Complicated" Friendship With Kanye West and Their "Underlying Competition"

Jay-z on His
Jay-z and Kanye West are slowly but surely making progress. In a wide-ranging interview with T, The New York Times Style Magazine, Jay-z got candid about their fractured friendship, saying he hopes to resolve their issues when the time is right. Together, the superstars made the 2011 album Watch the Throne and later embarked on a co-headlining tour of Europe and North America. Last year, however, West revealed they were fighting behind the scenes when he went on an onstage tirade in Sacramento, lashing out at everyone from Beyoncé to Mark Zuckerberg. The outspoken rapper eventually ended his concert after four songs, and two days later, West checked into a hospital for an eight-day stay. (West was suffering from...
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Fashion Flashback: Salma Hayek Dissects Her Favorite Oscar Red Carpet Looks

Fashion Flashback: Salma Hayek Dissects Her Favorite Oscar Red Carpet Looks
When Salma Hayek came to the States, she faced a lot of rejection. “I was rejected over and over, and everybody told me, ‘You will never make it in this town. You’re Mexican, you have an accent,’” she says. Nevertheless, she persisted, and with 2002’s “Frida,” Hayek became the first and only Mexican woman to be nominated in the lead actress category — and the iconic painter remains her biggest artistic inspiration. “I learned that this woman woke up every morning with pain,” says Hayek, who shows an empathetic side in “Beatriz at Dinner.” “[Frida Kahlo] had so many things going against her, and yet she found a will to say, ‘I am my best work of art.’”


Hayek’s first time presenting at the Oscars was a milestone. “Not everybody wanted to give a dress to the new Mexican girl, and I couldn’t afford one, so I was very lucky that Giorgio Armani offered,” says [link=nm
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Facebook Says Instagram, WhatsApp Have 300 Million Daily Active Users For ‘Stories’ Features

Two Facebook subsidiaries are finding massive audiences for disappearing content. During the social giants earnings call for the third quarter of 2017, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that both Instagram Stories and WhatsApp Status have surpassed 300 million daily active users.

Both Stories and Status let users post short photo and video updates that disappear after a set period of time and can be sent directly to friends and followers. The Instagram version of that feature was billed as a direct clone of Snapchat's Stories when it launched in August 2016. The latter, built into the messaging client WhatsApp, arrived six months later.

Both Stories and Status have grown tremendously while Snapchat has faltered. TechCrunch, in its coverage of Facebook's latest earnings call, noted that the user base for Instagram and WhatsApp's ephemeral content is nearly double that of Snapchat's. At its last report, Snapchat had 173 million daily active users.

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Mark Zuckerberg Vows to Stop Russian Facebook Trolls: ‘I Am Dead Serious About This’

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On the heels of Facebook representatives testifying on Capitol Hill — along with banner Q3 earnings from the social media giant — CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Wednesday that he’s “dead serious” when it comes to dealing with Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election. Zuckerberg kicked off his company’s third quarter earnings conference call Wednesday with tough talk about preventing the spread of pro-Kremlin misinformation, saying it’s of paramount importance for his company to root out Russian trolls. “Protecting our community is more important than maximizing profits,” he said. Also Read: Facebook Posts Mammoth 3Q Earnings, Investors Smash 'Like' Button in After-Hours.
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Alien 3 to Mindhunter: David Fincher’s outsider protagonists

Ryan Lambie Nov 3, 2017

Netflix's Mindhunter is the latest example of the unique, outsider characters in the work of David Fincher...

When FBI agent Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) sits down with convicted serial killer Edmund Kemper (Cameron Britton) in the Netflix series Mindhunter, he’s both terrified and fascinated. Kemper, serving multiple life sentences for a spate of brutal kidnappings and murders - including his own mother - could offer a valuable insight into a criminal mindset that was barely understood in the late 1970s. Ford hopes to use a series of interviews with Kemper, and convicts like him, to build up a psychological profile which could be used to help track down other serial murderers; it soon becomes apparent, however, that Ford’s fascination with Kemper runs beyond the strictly professional.

See related Lee Unkrich interview: Pixar, Toy Story 3, sequels and scary characters

Mindhunter, executive produced by David Fincher
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Watch Mark Zuckerberg Slip Up And Admit He's Not A Human

Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg understands a lot about the human psyche, but does that make him human? That sounds like a stupid question to ask, until you watch this video: 

That's going to be a quote that is spun out of control by conspiracy theorists over the next few decades! So in the hypothetical scenario Zuckerberg accidentally outed himself as non-human...what is he? Robot, reptilian, alien? Maybe he Is Facebook?! Maybe the Mark Zuckerberg we know is an AI and the actual Zuckerberg never leaves his home. We need real theories here guys, this is serious business.
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Google Is Sending Internet Balloons to Puerto Rico to Bring Communication Back to the Island

After Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico without clean drinking water, limited forms of communication, and 80% of the island without electricity, people all over the country, including big name celebrities, banded together to raise funds for the ravaged U.S Territory. Now, Google is stepping up efforts to help with Internet balloons.

Google’s parent company Alphabet announced last Friday that their stratospheric balloons are currently bringing Internet service to areas of Puerto Rico with non-functioning cellphone towers. “Project Loon,” which engineered the advanced technology, allows for basic communication and data usage in collaboration with At&T.

“This is the first
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19 things we miss about the early days of the web

Michael Reed Nov 28, 2017

Michael takes a look back at early days of the web, with a 28k modem, a GeoCities webpage, and a webcam stream of a coffee pot...

GeoCities websites, instant messaging, free AOL discs and blocking up the phone line - today we’re gonna party like we’ve just connected at 56 kbit/s. That is, we’re going to take a nostalgic look at the early days of the World Wide Web.

Okay, okay - we know that the Internet existed before the web and that there were other ways of connecting to distant computer networks before the Internet was even established. What we’re interested in is a period that began around the middle of the 90s when the World Wide Web first became a popular destination. Let’s get something straight though - just because we miss something, it doesn’t mean that we want it back.
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Skam Us Version is Coming to Facebook Watch

Facebook is no longer just a social media site where you can interact with your friends. They are now also venturing into the world of streaming service. Maybe Mark Zuckerberg is looking forward for people to say “Facebook and Chill.” Now, their streaming service plan is getting a head start by remaking a beloved Norwegian series. Facebook Watch (the name of the social media site’s newly-launched streaming service) has announced that they are ordering an American version of the hit Norwegian teen drama series Skam (Shame in English). The original version is about a group of young teenagers on Hartvig

Skam Us Version is Coming to Facebook Watch
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David Fincher Movies Ranked from Worst to Best

David Fincher Movies Ranked from Worst to Best
“There’s a difference between being obsessed and being motivated,” Mark Zuckerberg blithely insists during the opening moments of “The Social Network.” But the thing about the characters in a David Fincher movie is that they never seem to know what that difference is. In fact, the same might be true of David Fincher himself. And thank God for that, because if the Denver native had any idea where to draw the line between determination and dementedness he probably would have left Hollywood after being fired off his first Hollywood feature. Three times.

Ever since he transitioned from visionary music video director to features, Fincher has established himself as one of the most idiosyncratic and indispensable voices of mainstream American cinema. Often described as “the next Kubrick” (even while Kubrick was still alive), Fincher is an unyielding perfectionist working within a deeply imperfect system. From “The Game” and “Fight Club
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