At the core of Facebook’s “well-being” problem is that its business is directly coupled with total time spent on its apps. The more hours you pass on the social network, the more ads you see and click, the more money it earns. 1,556 more words
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Studying gives you the basics to walk on your legs and enrich your mind, but graduation alone is not enough: the difference in success makes it the vocation and the ability to dare and above all the luck of being in the right place at the right time and in the historical and social context correct for what you are doing.
Mark Zuckerberg: he left the University in his second year of studies to follow his Facebook work project. He became a millionaire and a successful person in his field. 39 more words
Report: Facebook Was Too Scared Of Being Accused Of Anti-Conservative Bias To Do Anything To Stop The Spread Of Fake News
Wired today published a monster of an investigation into Facebook by Nicholas Thompson and Fred Vogelstein, and hoo boy is it something. The entire piece details the company’s desperate struggle to come to grips with its own power and the proliferation of fake news/propaganda that it enabled, and is filled with stunning/breathtaking anecdotes about the social media company’s tumultuous last two years. 945 more words
Mark Sweney© PA The over-55s are flocking to Facebook to keep up with the social lives of their children and grandchildren.
It’s official: Facebook is for old(er) people. 559 more words
This week, on the 14th anniversary of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg shared a posted about his failures. He wrote, “Over the years I’ve made almost every mistake you can imagine. 307 more words
As much as I love to go hiking with friends, I must confess that I sometimes find it very challenging and tiresome to complete, especially when the trails are not exactly straightforward. 750 more words