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Facebook Employees Get 'Zero Credit' For Their Titles (FB)

Most of Facebook's 8,000 employees are millennials — and the average age is 28, compared to 30 at Google and 31 at Apple, the Wall Street Journal reports. CEO Mark Zuckerberg is 30. The company has embraced stereotypes about millennials (like, that they're entitled and hate negative feedback) in its management strategy. Show More Summary

Do You Believe in Aliens?

Cupcakes in the shape of orange extra-terrestrials. These may not be a fully accurate representation of aliens. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) I saw a question someone posted on Facebook yesterday: Do you believe in aliens? I guess someone else wasn't too interested in observing Christmas either. Show More Summary

Body of woman found in search for missing mother and baby

Credits: Facebook Alt Text: Charlotte Bevan Woman's body discovered in Avon Gorge but four-day old baby girl still missing One-Minute Read Thursday, December 4, 2014 - 9:24am Police investigating the disappearance of a new mother and...Show More Summary

Tech Giants' Freeze Your Eggs Policy is Not Enough

Photo Credit: Lindsey Jeanne Photo Work now, live later. That is the mantra behind the egg freezing initiatives recently announced by Silicon Valley tech giants Apple and Facebook. Apple's statement read in part, "We continue to expand...Show More Summary

Why do TV shows come up with ridiculous fake names for Google and Facebook?

last monthArts : Arts Post

(Photo credit: Imugr, from a screenshot of “Dexter”) It’s a time-honored game among television fans: Laugh at the best fake Web site names on TV. “Roundsearch” instead of Google. “Scabbit” instead of Reddit. “FriendFace” instead of Facebook. There are some true gems. The practice has only increased with the explosion of social media sites, and […]

Tiger hunt launched near Paris after big cat spotted in car park

Credits: Ville de Montevrain Facebook Alt Text: Photograph posted on the Ville de Montevrain Facebook page purporting to show the tiger Specialists says paw prints found in the countryside are those of a young tiger weighing around 70kg One-Minute...Show More Summary

Facebook's New Privacy Policies Hint At Its Future Plans For Your Credit Card

Facebook is laying the groundwork for future transactions. A few weeks ago a developer spotted a screenshot hidden in Facebook Messenger's code that seemed to suggest the social network was experimenting with peer-to-peer money transfers. Show More Summary

Ugandan pop star faces arrest for 'revenge porn' photos

Credits: Facebook Alt Text: Desire Luzinda Desire Luzinda's ex-boyfriend circulated nude pictures of her on the internet -now she is threatened with arrest Guilty read Wednesday, November 12, 2014 - 3:43pm A Ugandan pop star, DesireShow More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg Answers Pressing Questions About Facebook In First Ever Public Q&A by @mattsouthern

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg conducted his first ever public Q&A today, and while he was lobbed fluff questions about his fashion choices (among other things), there were some hard hitting questions thrown out as well. To his credit,...Show More Summary

9to5Toys Last Call: 13? Retina MacBook Pro $1149, The Dark Knight Trilogy $15, free Amazon credit, more

Be sure to follow 9to5Toys to keep up with the best gear and deals on the web: Twitter, RSS Feed, Facebook, Google+ and Safari push notifications. Today’s can’t miss deals: Apple Deals: 13? MacBook Pro w/ Retina display 2.6GHz/8GB/128GB $1,149 (Reg. $1,299)...Show More Summary

Google and Facebook ‘aiding terrorists,’ says new GCHQ chief

Credits: Patrick Lux/Getty Images Alt Text: Computer hackers The big tech companies must work with governments to stop terrorists, says head of UK spy agency One-Minute Read Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 10:05am The incoming head of Britain’s...Show More Summary

Breaking Bad sparked crystal meth surge, claims professor

Credits: Breaking Bad TV Show/Facebook Alt Text: Breaking Bad Popular show about teacher-turned-drug-dealer Walter White boosts appeal of meth, says expert One-Minute Read Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 9:35am The award-winning television...Show More Summary

Arsenal after Scrabble-friendly Polish hard man Krychowia

Credits: Facebook Alt Text: Grzegorz Krychowiak of Sevilla Midfielder could add steel for Gunners as Wellington Silva finally gets a work permit after four years Transfer Talk Bill Mann Thursday, October 30, 2014 - 8:56am With Arsenal's...Show More Summary

The Facebook Void: What We're Missing

Credit: Paul Scott Circa 1860. After the secession of the southern states, Abraham Lincoln signed into effect conceivably one of the most consequential pieces of legislation of the New World: The Homestead Act of 1862. In times past, an agrarian nation with many pocket farms, by the rise of the Civil War, America had to reassess its space. Show More Summary

London club forced to cancel 'Ebola-themed' Halloween party

Credits: Facebook Alt Text: Party facebook advertisement West End venue accused of 'trivialising' thousands of deaths with 'reprehensible' charity event First Reaction Monday, October 27, 2014 - 3:12pm A prestigious night club in London...Show More Summary

Algorithm Awareness

How the news feed on Facebook decides what you get to see. Increasingly, it is algorithms that choose which products to recommend to us and algorithms that decide whether we should receive a new credit card. But these algorithms are buried outside our perception. How does one begin to make sense of these mysterious hidden forces?

One Simple Act Can Protect You From Credit Card Fraud

Eric Audras/PhotoAlto By Matt Schultz Fourteen times a day. That's how often the average Facebook (FB) user with a smartphone checks the social network, according to a 2013 International Data Corp. study commissioned by Facebook. Add...Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg deserves a lot of credit for speaking mediocre Mandarin

2 months agoNews : BlogPost

Even if you don't understand a word of Mandarin, it was easy to spot the occasional "um" and "sorry" littered in Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg's speech. But during a question and answer session at Tsinghua University in Beijing, he kept at it  — for 30 very long minutes. For the audience of Chinese students, Zuckerberg's first words […]

Mark Zuckerberg deserves a lot of credit for speaking mediocre Mandarin

2 months agoNews : BlogPost

Even if you don't understand a word of Mandarin, it was easy to spot the occasional "um" and "sorry" littered in Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg's speech. But during a question and answer session at Tsinghua University in Beijing, he kept at it  — for 30 very long minutes. Read full article >>

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