Brooklyn-based graffiti artist KATSU created a portrait of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg made with the artist's own feces.
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A long overdue slap in the Facebook to the lie that "men don't read": We couldn't ask for a better bookish role model than Mark Zuckerberg. The challenge for the publishing industry is to use Zuck's "Year of Books" to build our male readership.
Mark Zuckerberg officially announces the launch of Internet.org in Ghana, effectively providing millions of residents of the country free access to basic internet services. The social media titan says the launch will provide support for the development of education, health, jobs and communication in the third-world country. Show More Summary
Well, if you ever wanted to call Mark Zuckerberg a shit head, now is your chance Brooklyn-based artist and hacker KATSU used his own fecal matter to create a portrait of Facebook CEO and cofounder Mark Zuckerberg. The pooptrait, which...Show More Summary
Keep smiling, Zuck!
New York graffiti artist KATSU has debuted a new portrait of Mark Zuckerberg painted with his own fecal matter. The work is part of his new show, called "Remember the Future," at The Hole gallery in New York. The theme of the show is life and technology. Show More Summary
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has made his second selection for the “A Year of Books” book club. Zuckerberg has chosen The Better Angels of Our Nature by Steven Pinker. Zuckerberg’s announcement has attracted more than 43,000 “likes.”...Show More Summary
Recently, South Korea's technology setting has drawn attention from huge Silicon Valley giants like Google and Facebook, whose founder Mark Zuckerberg visited the country two times in 2 years.
Who can forget the Ice Bucket Challenge? Thousands of people dumped buckets of freezing ice over their heads in 2014 to raise awareness (and money) for Lou Gehrig’s disease. Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Dick Costolo and several other Silicon Valley technorati drenched themselves for the cause, which raised more than $95 million last year. Show More Summary
The Facebook founder's book club choices are a useful (and kind of touching!) window into his inner life
With Q4 earnings on tap, there are a couple areas in particular that the social media king would be wise to address.
Comedian Brent Weinbach made this great fake commercial showing how The Facebook—as Mark Zuckerberg originally called it —would have been if it existed in 1995. Read more...
Mark Zuckerberg is not generally thought of as a well-loved person—many, in fact, believe that he single-handedly ruined the Internet by making the surveillance-rife, brand-punishing, populace-dumbing-down Facebook central to how people consume the Web.
This Mark Zuckerberg portrait is no. 2 in our book.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg decided that in 2015, he'd read a book every two weeks and get the Facebook community involved as part of the discussion. Anyone expecting a program akin to a techie's version of Oprah Winfrey's famed selections...Show More Summary
Or, in Facebook parlance, "content."
Mark Zuckerberg has officially selected the second book for his recently established book club on Facebook. The Los Angeles Times reported on Monday that Zuckerberg chose the book, “The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined.”...Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced his second book club pick for 2015: Steven Pinker's "The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined" published in 2011. The book argues that looking back at human history, violence is on the wane.
Why is Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) very aggressively expanding into areas one wouldn’t initially associate with social networking? It has a lot to do with Mark Zuckerberg, the company’s CEO, according to its COO Sheryl Sandberg. The comment was made by Sandberg in an exclusive interview with Reuters where she discussed just why Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) […]