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Facebook hired a pollster to track Zuck's public image, but he quit because working for Facebook filled him with shame / Boing Boing
“I joined Facebook hoping to have an impact from the inside,” he says. “I thought, here’s this huge machine that has a tremendous influence on society, and there’s nothing I can do as an outsider. But if I join the company, and I’m regularly taking the pulse of Americans to Mark, maybe, just maybe that could change the way the company does business. I worked there for six months and I realized that even on the inside, I was not going to be able to change the way that the company does business. I couldn’t change the values. I couldn’t change the culture. I was probably far too optimistic.”
Facebook  Mark  Zuckerberg  Culture  corporate  governance  responsibility 
february 2018 by asterisk2a
(479) Scott Galloway: This Is the Top of the Market - YouTube
2017 social media tops out.// one sign youtube adapocalypse. 2017 f8 that was weird at best. snapchat never making money. and Google Facebook capturing 99% of social media/internet ad growth in 2016
Snapchat  Twitter  Social  Media  Facebook  VR  AR  f8  Instagram  Mark  Zuckerberg  Oculus  Rift  Pinterest  YouTube  Google  Search  business  model  Monopoly  oligopol  oligopoly  Silicon  Valley  WeChat 
may 2017 by asterisk2a
Zuckerberg and Chan aim to tackle all disease by 2100 - BBC News
Earlier in the week, Microsoft said it intended to "solve" cancer by using artificial intelligence tools.
Google's DeepMind unit is working with the NHS to find a way to use computers to more accurately diagnose diseases.
And IBM and MIT announced a tie-up earlier this week to develop AI-based systems that could help clinicians improve the care of elderly and disabled patients.
Cancer  NHS  Crisis  sick  population  diet-related  philanthropy  philanthropic  Mark  Zuckerberg  England  Scotland  ageing  premature 
september 2016 by asterisk2a
Facebook ‘colonialism' row stokes distrust in Zuckerberg - BBC News
[ winner take all environment ] Digital colonials Because colonialism, albeit digital, is precisely what some in India were afraid of. The suggestion by Andreessen that India, with its history, should somehow be pro-colonialism was treated by many as absurd. //&! India's regulators reject FB "Free Basic" on grounds of net neutrality - on.recode.net/1PPpuLd //&! what Facebook and Marc Andreessen got wrong about Free Basics and India. - https://soundcloud.com/exponentfm/episode-066-you-dont-know-what#t=50:00 --- it's about Zero Rating
Facebook  Google  Search  Google  Inc.  Amazon  Apple  Marc  Andreessen  a16z  Mark  Zuckerberg  philanthropy  Net  Neutrality  Zero  Rating 
february 2016 by asterisk2a
Thomas Piketty on Capitalism, Corbyn and why Zuckerberg is getting it wrong - BBC Newsnight - YouTube
home ownership in UK is biggest item of UK's household wealth. 2/3rd of housing is owned. other 3rd is rented. that is why the property bubble/prices have to be kept afloat. otherwise balance sheet recession > deleveraging > debt servitude > lower consumption rate > cratering UK economy as ~70% of UK economy is based on consumption. // blaming others (ISIS) for radicalization. but who put them in this place to be radicalized, in the first place? inequality, youth unemployment. // COP21, western world do not face their historical obligation! // world wealth and income database - www.wid.world
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january 2016 by asterisk2a
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to give away 99% of shares - BBC News
No longer should billionaires wait to die before handing over money to a different generation, Buffet said, in a gushing approval of Silicon Valley's newest and most influential power couple. Everything Mark Zuckerberg does is eyed with intense scrutiny, not least due to the nature of Facebook's business of making money from personal data. But while the 31-year-old's previous charitable efforts have been criticised for being too focused on building Facebook's user base, this latest pledge appears to leave the Facebook business to one side. // vs The best way to do good in the world is not to be a philanthropist. It’s to be a good capitalist. - Against Philanthropy - youtu.be/mTAE5m3ZO2E //&! http://www.techinsider.io/mark-zuckerberg-not-donating-fortune-to-charity-2015-12 &! bit.ly/1TvIZHU
warrenbuffet  Mark  Zuckerberg  philanthropy  capitalism  philosophy  Alain  de  Botton 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
Facebook’s Zuckerberg on Internet.org: It’s Our ‘Moral Responsibility’ | Re/code
[ next billion customers are not in the western world, existing markets ] “Within about a month, about half of the people who have tried out Free Basics … become full paying customers of the whole Internet.” Put another way: Facebook’s Internet.org service is driving business for its operator partners. Facebook can’t bring Internet to everyone without operator help. It’s not surprising then that Zuckerberg wants to highlight how they’re benefiting, too.
Facebook  Net  Neutrality  emerging  middle  class  BRIC  emerging  market  Developing  World  WhatsApp  Mark  Zuckerberg 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
The Information's 411-10/23 "Blood Feuds" by The Information Podcasts | Free Listening on SoundCloud
11:30 // science is hard. stupid. and a non-consumer product. duh. //&! HYPE CYLCE - on 5 magazine covers and not even public! because she is, as female science-based founder/ceo a rarity and it sells papers >> on.recode.net/1PcJ8zW - Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes’s Five Best Cover Story Appearances, Ranked
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Facebook: The Secret Force Behind CISA? | Betrayed by Tech
bit.ly/1PAg5rx //&! CISA is “surveillance bill masquerading as a cybersecurity bill” via EFF //&! bit.ly/1LOkilv // We've gotten information that Facebook is secretly lobbying for a dirty bill called >> “CISA” that would give them impunity for violating their users’ privacy << (bc people were unable to sue said company) —as long as they hand over user data to the government. Most tech companies are against it for privacy reasons, but apparently Facebook is working behind the scenes to make sure it passes. [...] Facebook’s chief Senate lobbyist, Myriah Jordan, worked as General Counsel for CISA's sponsor, Senator Richard Burr, right up until taking the job at Facebook. On her lobbying disclosures she lists “cybersecurity” as one of the issues she's been discussing with senators. These “revolving door” connections give companies more power and influence than ordinary people could ever have, // If you have the money, size, and influence. You can write the rules you have to play by.
CISA  Facebook  Mark  Zuckerberg  Internet  Privacy  Privacy  cyber  war  on  Terror  on  Drugs  Surveillance-Industrial  Complex  surveillance  state  Orwellian  military–industrial  lobbyist  lobby  Lobbying  revolving  door  Silicon  Valley  crony  capitalism  capitalism  profit  maximisation  shareholder  value  fiduciary  responsibility  injustice  Justice  System  Rechtsstaat  TTIP  TPP  Wall  Street  zombie  consumer  TOS  Platfom  Silo  morality 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
Mark Zuckerberg - We just passed an important milestone. For the...
"I'm so proud of our community for the progress we've made." really? really?!
Facebook  PR  public  relations  Mark  Zuckerberg 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
People are underestimating Snapchat just like they underestimated Facebook - Vox
In fact, almost every one of today's big internet companies — Yahoo, Google, Facebook, and Twitter — faced similar skepticism in their early years. Back in 2007, Kara Swisher (who now runs Re/code which, like Vox.com, is part of Vox Media) expressed astonishment that Facebook could be worth $15 billion. A year before that, a Slate headline read "$1 Billion for Facebook? LOL!" (Facebook is now worth $260 billion.) [....] A company's early ad revenue just doesn't tell us anything interesting about its long-term earnings potential. It takes a while for a company to hire a sales team, settle on an effective advertising format, and build awareness among potential customers. [...] But while it might take time for Snapchat to build a successful advertising program, there's little doubt that it will be able to. Every day, 100 million people open up the Snapchat app. As long as that's true, advertisers are going to be willing to pay top dollar to reach them.
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Facebook Partners With Shadowy 'Data Brokers' To Farm Your Information - Sherbit- Personal Analytics
Its not free. U pay with ur data. Worry abt NSA? Worry abt companies too. // via bit.ly/1WbspjI // The researchers detailed many troubling aspects of Facebook’s data collection practices, including evidence that one of Facebook’s cookies is stored in every browser that visits a site with a ‘Social Plugin‘ (the embedded ‘Like’ and ‘Share’ buttons), regardless of whether or not they are a Facebook user. [...] Facebook is no longer just a social media website, it is a massive advertising business invested in tracking everyone’s consumer spending habits, on the internet and off. [ FB has also a monopsony; if you don't agree to TOS as user, don't use us. (Same told to advertisers w Newsfeed changes algo) PS we track u anyway. FB owns +70% of social media adversing spend, advertisers can't get around it ] [...] Our focus with Atlas (bought from Microsoft) is to take that technology and enable us to improve our ability to connect ad impressions to purchase behavior both offline & online,
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Facebook wants to narrow the inequality gap between its technical and non-technical workers | PandoDaily
Facebook is advocating for higher wages, paid time off, and other benefits for many of the non-technical workers it hires through independent contractors. [...] This news follows increasing unrest about how tech companies, which are known for offering many of their employees ridiculous benefits and high pay, treat the workers who don’t write a line of code but still help the business run. [...] Yet the Journal notes that these benefits pale in comparison to those offered to the company’s technical workers, who receive better pay, more vacation time, and $4,000 in “baby cash” on top of their paid parental leave. The gap might be shrinking, but it’s still more like the Grand Canyon than an itty-bitty schism. [ aka a gesture and PR ]
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Durchgezappt | ZAPP | NDR - YouTube
Nepal Earthquake relieve campaign = $2m PR Campaign, dishonest of FB, the board and leadership of Zuckerberg and Sandberg // vs // Salesforce 1-1-1
Facebook  Salesforce  PR  public  relations  Mark  Zuckerberg  Sheryl  Sandberg  corporate  culture  corporate  governance  corporate  values  corporate  social  responsibility  Wall  Street 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Facebook thinks you’re too dumb to realize its scientific papers are really just PR | PandoDaily
According to recent studies, almost half of all web-using adults — and 88 percent of Millennials — use Facebook to find news. [...] But this research paper is less a piece of objective scientific inquiry and more the work of corporate-commissioned data tricksters — a rancid pile of pro-Facebook propaganda that derives and frames its conclusions with the sole purpose of making Facebook look good. This isn’t science. It’s PR. [...] the fact that Facebook itself is the one absolving Facebook of damaging public discourse, demands greater scrutiny. And on closer examination, much of the data and assumptions that informed the researchers’ conclusions fail to qualify as sound scientific inquiry. [...] If politically polarized users want politically polarized content, Facebook won’t disappoint them. [...] [SV &its Cheerleader squads in form of bloggosphere] will give lousy corporate data research like a pass — is still exponentially more credible than a rewritten press release at Techcrunch.
Facebook  Wall  Street  Newsfeed  algorithm  Software  Is  Eating  The  World  filter  bubble  Signal  vs.  Noise  Google  Search  Google  News  Mark  Zuckerberg  journalismus  investigative  journalism  journalism  Platform  TOS  TechCrunch  Silicon  Valley  monopoly  oligopoly  oligopol  Peter  Thiel 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Facebook News Feed Reprioritizes Your Real Friends Above Pages | TechCrunch
combat falling usage & engagement!? VS bit.ly/1by0vvx pay-to-play // FB turned from keeping up with the lifes of their friends (young demographic), into clickbait distraction & time wasting machine. Other platforms emerged 2 hang digitally with ur friends that are way more simplified (tuned down 2 1 usage; Appification) with much less bells & whistles & complexity/depth & distraction vs hooked). Thus the defensive acquisition of WhatsApp, Instagram & fork-out of Messenger. They saw Snapchat as a vector of attack bc of the appeal of ephemeral in todays 'always on record' products. Where VR is bet that is maybe even 10 years out 2 come finally 2 full fruition; mass market adoption (like the phone). Crossing the chasm. // Not even 10 years old & other people attack FBs weaknesses &are winning. But what FB got going for it, another 10 years is, the usr base as advertising victims (targeting&re-targeting) enabled by masscollection via Facebook-button. &log-in used in Apps.
Facebook  Newsfeed  WhatsApp  Instagram  Snapchat  Facebook  Messenger  user  behaviour  Appification  single-use  app  mobile  first  mobile  homescreen  mobile  phone  user  experience  Mark  Zuckerberg  multi-product  company  attention  span  friction  frictionless  Signal  vs.  Noise  pollution  distraction  filter  bubble  advertisement  targeting  Programmatic  Advertising  advertisement  re-targeting  advertisement  marketing  Social  Media  Wall  Street  shareholder  value  profit  maximisation 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
Indian companies step back from Internet.org, citing net neutrality concerns | PandoDaily
Companies are finally starting to realize that allowing Facebook to control who can access the Internet, and how those connections will work, isn’t a good idea. The [Indian] Times Group, Cleartrip, and several other Indian companies announced today that they’re stepping back from the Internet.org initiative because they want to support net neutrality more than they want a Facebook-controlled Web. // &! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-32349480 >> ""Zuckerberg's ambitious project to confuse hundreds of millions of emerging market users into thinking that Facebook and the internet are one and the same."" // &! http://pando.com/2015/04/17/zuckerberg-its-better-to-have-free-internet-access-than-to-have-a-free-internet/ &! http://pando.com/2015/04/21/latin-american-activists-join-the-chorus-of-criticism-against-zuckerbergs-internet-org/
Internet.org  Facebook  Mark  Zuckerberg  Zero  Rating  Net  Neutrality  Wall  Street  short-term  thinking  short-term  view  TOS  Platform 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
A Year Later, $19 Billion For WhatsApp Doesn’t Sound So Crazy | TechCrunch
Messaging is the center of mobile. Snapchat is raising at around a $20 billion valuation. And no one cares who owns apps. On February 19th, 2014, we didn’t know any of these things for sure. So when Facebook announced it would pay $19 billion to acquire WhatsApp — an app most American pundits had never used — it seemed ludicrous. Zuck had to be crazy, right? Wrong. Without WhatsApp, Facebook’s international situation would look a lot dicier. And if a competitor like Google acquired it instead, it could have been disastrous. Instead, Facebook possess the most popular messaging app, and has neutralized the biggest threat to its global domination of social networking. Why? Chat Is The Mobile Portal! [...] Its Stories feature has grown into a competitor to Facebook’s News Feed. And Discover could make it all quite monetizable if it gets popular. Snapchat is constantly cited as where teens are ditching your parents’ social network for.
WhatsApp  Snapchat  Instagram  Pinterest  Facebook  Twitter  Mark  Zuckerberg  Yahoo!  Google  Microsoft  SMS  Wireless  Carrier  MMS  Newsfeed  trend  trends  M&A  acquisitions  acquisition  scale  Tumblr  mobile  first  mobile  homescreen  mobile  phone  user  experience  user  behaviour  Phablet  AOL 
february 2015 by asterisk2a
Chinesischer Dissident geht mit Zuckerberg ins Gericht - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Mark Zuckerberg hatte Xis Buch auf seinem Schreibtisch liegen, als bei ihm kürzlich Chinas Chefzensor zu Besuch kam. Demonstrativ, könnte man vielleicht sagen. Die staatliche Nachrichtenwebsite "The Paper" berichtete später, Zuckerberg habe erklärt: "Ich habe dieses Buch auch meinen Kollegen gekauft." Er wolle, dass diese "den Sozialismus chinesischer Art verstehen". Sowohl Schmidt als auch Zuckerberg haben für ihr Bekenntnis zu dem Buch, das Reden und Aufsätze des chinesischen Staatschefs versammelt, einige Kritik einstecken müssen. Bei Zuckerberg kam die nicht zuletzt von chinesischen Dissidenten und Regimekritikern. // http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/11279309/Mark-Zuckerberg-accused-of-kowtowing-to-China-for-handing-out-copies-of-Xi-Jinpings-speeches.html // Amnesty International hatte erst im November erklärt, Chinas Internetmodell sei "eines von extremer Kontrolle und Unterdrückung".
Facebook  China  helmutschmidt  democracy  Democratic  Process  Umbrella  Revolution  Occupy  Central  Hong  Kong  censorship  Mark  Zuckerberg  free  speech  freedom  of  press 
december 2014 by asterisk2a
WhatsApp Gets a Warm Welcome Into Facebook - Bloomberg View
People make fun of tech froth, and, I mean, sure, why not, Facebook did pay $19 billion for a company with $10 million in 2013 revenue, but here regular old accounting comes off looking just a bit silly as well.
ARPU  WhatsApp  Facebook  business  model  M&A  speculation  speculative  Mark  Zuckerberg 
november 2014 by asterisk2a
Mark Zuckerberg - I’m in Delhi, India for our first Internet.org...
reaching the next +2-3 billion people on their newly purchased, connected to the world - phones. Making them familiar with FB, Google and Co. The next +2-3 billion customers.
Internet.org  Facebook  Mark  Zuckerberg  Google  BRIC  MINT  Frontier  Markets  Africa  Wikipedia  Information  wants  to  be  free  Developing  World 
october 2014 by asterisk2a
Facebook’s Snapchat clone Slingshot is more proof the company’s better at buying things than building them | PandoDaily
Facebook is actually just really bad at copying other companies. Its efforts to emulate Twitter and its public network have largely failed even though Twitter has proven itself more than capable of copying Facebook’s features. Its attempt to enter the mobile photo space fizzled, and it had to spend a couple hundred million dollars to acquire Instagram in 2012 before it could win that market. Facebook’s a great buyer and a poor copier. It’s just a matter of time before Facebook decides to put Slingshot out of its misery and sends it to the same graveyard that Poke, Camera, and its other failed products have gone to rest. Maybe then it will be able to write Snapchat a check that the company can’t refuse to cash; it’s probably not going to be able to beat the company, so it might as well do everything it can to join it, or at least bring it into the corporate umbrella it’s been holding up for Instagram for a few years now.
Facebook  Mark  Zuckerberg  Snapchat  Twitter  Core  Product  Value  Proposition  Instagram  Niche  Vertical  added  management  management  Wall  Street  corporatism 
september 2014 by asterisk2a
Facebook will Technologie-Riese werden - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Aber es liegt auch daran, dass viele der Tech-Riesen arrogante Gipfelstürmer sind. Sie gehen äußerst aggressiv vor und sehen nur selten die Notwendigkeit, sich zu erklären, Einblicke in Pläne und Absichten zu gewähren. Apple etwa versucht alle Informationen rigoros zu kontrollieren. Das Innenleben des Konzerns und seiner Führungsriege ist ein schwarzes Loch, ganz bewusst. Amazon-Chef Jeff Bezos ist unzugänglicher als der Papst. Wenn der Konzern sich wie gerade jetzt eine Schlammschlacht mit den Buchverlagen liefert, tut er das weitgehend kommentarlos. Auffallend ist jedoch, wie sehr seit einiger Zeit Facebook und Mark Zuckerberg dabei aus der Reihe fallen. Der Konzern und sein Gründer geben sich außergewöhnlich zugänglich und diskussionsfreudig. Und manchmal sogar einsichtig. [...] Mit Status-Updates und Likes gibt sich Zuckerberg nicht mehr zufrieden und der Kampf um die Technologiehoheit wird sicher nicht mit Samthandschuhen ausgetragen. [ nxt bn customers are not in western wrld. ]
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july 2014 by asterisk2a
- Startups - Kevin Rose of Milk - TWiST #218 - YouTube
ideas on paper are nothing. test them out. if it has traction - got to go all in. wear it as badge of honour, if your idea, that you put from paper into the real world, fails. its part of your body of work. it's nothing personal. [...] 1:04 hrs in "it's business, it is nothing personal." ... 1:06:25 - Lesson: If something has critical mass (centrifugal mass, has its own gravitational field ... pull), it can not be stopped even when mistakes are made; Fail Whale (Twitter Technical Fails and management-internal fights etc, Facebook and Privacy, Google and Privacy Yahoo! (mismanagement) and it's unsexy non-hip non-attractive brand, and uninspiring front-page). ... Further in: Focus has to be on product, to reach scale. Product centric CEO's (Larry Page, Dick Costolo, Zuckerberg) don't put a big banner ad on the front-page of their product. it ruins the user experience and adds no value. it subtracts value. where is the value proposition of that? + http://youtu.be/HtRfHASjtcA
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july 2014 by asterisk2a
Larry Page shares annual [2013 version] Founders' letter for shareholders:- Google is processing | LAUNCH
Few incremental changes leads to irrelevance over time; Google will continue to invest for the long term. Larry Page & Google wollen sich nicht den Rang ablaufen lassen von Elon Musk (Tesla & Space X) sowohl von Zuckerbergs Facebook (welcher auch das Internet zur restlichen weltbevoelkerung bringen will.) ... have to hand it to them that they are able to pursue and work on their grand visions while under quarterly scrutiny by Shareholders.
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may 2014 by asterisk2a

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