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Internet.org Hits Its First Billion

We are not referring to dollars, but rather to one billion new users. Internet.org is supposed to be a non-profit and yes-philanthropic organization. With it, not a single person on our planet should be left without an adequate Internet access. 152 more words

Cronică de carte: Facebook și problema lui „cine suntem”

de Alexandru Ojică

Viața pe rețelele de socializare, pare-se, e mereu cu bucurii și cu pisici. E cu rețete de succes și împliniri, cu poze din vacanțe și cu bune prietenii. 1,497 more words


Why Mark Zuckerberg wants kids to play video games

Video games have gotten a bad rap for years now. They create killers, many critics like to claim. They glorify criminal behavior, some politicians often shout. 530 more words


Mark Zuckerberg - video games can help you learn to program

Mark Zuckerberg credits video games with getting him into programming, and he thinks they could help others kids, too. Last week, the Facebook CEO held a town hall Q&A at the company’s headquarters in Menlo Park, California, where he fielded questions on Oculus Rift, moderating hate speech, and his birthday celebration. 276 more words

Does A Formal Education Make You Rich?

Although having a great brain can help you make money, it definitely isn’t a prerequisite and it may turn out that being too clever can be detrimental. 599 more words

Self Development

Facebook Not Taken As Important By CEOs Of Big Companies

The CEOs of huge companies are either seen using Twitter Inc or Linked Inc but do not have active pages on Facebook.

According to a recent study that was made on Facebook Inc, it was seen that despite the fact that the social media website had the strongest user base in the world and that its online users were increasing without showing any signs to stop, it has been observed that chief executive officers of many huge companies and empires are seen avoiding the use of the social media platform. 353 more words


Internet.org is accused of being a walled garden for the world's poorest people

A collection of 65 advocacy organisations from around the world have published an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg regarding Internet.org, net neutrality, privacy, and security. 804 more words