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The Myth of the College Dropout

While the media glamorizes famous college dropouts like Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates, the reality is that most successful people in the U.S. went to – and finished – college. The post The Myth of the College Dropout appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Mark Zuckerberg And Priscilla Chan’s Philanthropy Backs Effort To Change Scientific Publishing

The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, the philanthropic investment firm created by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, will fund an effort to allows biologists to share drafts of papers before they are published in peer-reviewed scientific journals like Nature or Science.

Never Forget When Mark Zuckerberg Tried to Bury the Fake News Scandal

The New York Times Magazine has an interesting story out today about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, fake news, and Facebook’s role as the world’s most prominent information distributor. It’s all part of Facebook’s ongoing public relations freak out surrounding the prevalence of fake news and hoaxes spread on the… Read more...

Feature: Can Facebook Fix Its Own Worst Bug?

Mark Zuckerberg now acknowledges the dangerous side of the social revolution he helped to start. But is the most powerful tool for connection in human history capable of adapting to the world it created?

What You Should Know About Facebook’s Plans for Augmented Reality

Marks Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook in the annual F8 developer conference this week talked about adapting and moving its wings to

Instagram’s rapid attack on Snapchat, in one chart

Facebook has been trying to squash Snapchat for a long time. Remember (the other) Poke? Or Slingshot? Or that time it tried to buy the company outright? None of those really worked out. Over the past year, though, Mark Zuckerberg and...Show More Summary

Prison System Documentary Step to the Line Comes to Oculus Video, Facebook 360 Video

Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed the newest video project for the social network's Oculus VR virtual reality unit, announcing the release of documentary Step to the Line for Oculus Video for Gear VR and as a Facebook 360 video in a Facebook post over the weekend. Step to the Line, a look "deep...

The Rise Of AR Will Recreate Your Filter Bubbles In The Real World

By Cade Metz for WIRED. Last week, Mark Zuckerberg unveiled what he calls the world’s first augmented reality platform, a way of layering digital effects atop anything we see through our smartphone cameras. Eventually, he says, thisShow More Summary

Why Colleges Have a Right to Reject Hateful Speakers Like Ann Coulter

As graduation season approaches, colleges across the country are locking down commencement speakers to address the class of 2017. Harvard got Mark Zuckerberg (a Harvard dropout). Hillary Clinton is speaking at Wellesley, Bernie Sanders at Brooklyn College. Show More Summary

Facebook Opens Up AR Tools To Developers

At the recent F8 conference, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talked a big game about augmented reality -- and while Facebook might be catching up in this space, its new strategy of open developer tools could see it become a leader. The tools are available starting tomorrow. More »      

The smartphone is eventually going to die — this is Mark Zuckerberg's crazy vision for what comes next (FB)

At this week's Facebook F8 conference in San Jose, Mark Zuckerberg doubled down on his crazy ambitious 10-year plan for the company, first revealed in April 2016. Here's the current version of that roadmap, revealed by Zuckerberg this...Show More Summary

An elite university is offering a fast-track program for tech leaders that's more competitive than Stanford

Some of the biggest names in tech are known for dropping out of the best colleges in the US. Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, and Steve Jobs all left school before graduation to launch companies. Peter Thiel, also a college dropout, has given millions to young entrepreneurs willing to pursue their startups dreams instead of a diploma. Show More Summary

The 24-year-old 'Italian Mark Zuckerberg' has inspired a movie — and the Italian press is tearing it apart

Over the past few years, the Italian press has made the young entrepreneur Matteo Achilli a celebrity. This hype has culminated in a feature film, "The Startup," that, ironically, has turned the Italian media against the 24 year old. Achilli...Show More Summary

An existential threat looms behind Mark Zuckerberg's quest to kill the smartphone (FB)

To understand why Mark Zuckerberg is obsessed with killing the smartphone, you have to go back to a rare public testimony he gave in a Dallas courtroom earlier this year. Zuckerberg was there to testify in a lawsuit between game maker...Show More Summary

The plus side of tech companies being horrible in a crisis

This week has been a bit like 2017 in a nutshell: We’ve seen three major examples of how Silicon Valley responds to a crisis. First, a murder was broadcast on Facebook Live the day before Mark Zuckerberg opened f8 with his most anticipated...Show More Summary

Facebook says the first technology to replace smartphones will be controlled with our brains (FB)

A prevailing theory in the tech industry is that smartphones will one day be replaced by normal-looking glasses that display virtual information onto the real world. Leaders like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg believe the nascent technology, known as augmented reality, could eventually replace all screens, including TVs. Show More Summary

A New Study Confirms What You've Long Suspected: Facebook Is Making People Crazy

Matt Yglesias says Mark Zuckerberg could do the world a favor by deep-sixing Facebook: It makes people unhappy and it's destabilizing politics around the world. He should shut it down. He won't starve. — Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias)...Show More Summary

Let's Make Facebook Illegal Until You're 21

Matt Yglesias says Mark Zuckerberg could do the world a favor by deep-sixing Facebook: It makes people unhappy and it's destabilizing politics around the world. He should shut it down. He won't starve. — Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias)...Show More Summary

In Wake Of “Facebook Killer,” Social Network Says It Will Review Its Policies

6 days agoNews / Crime : Crime Feed

Just an hour after Steve Stephens killed himself following a short police chase, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg spoke publicly and commented about the event. The post In Wake Of “Facebook Killer,” Social Network Says It Will Review Its Policies appeared first on CrimeFeed.

Despite Zuckerberg and Gates, Successful College Dropouts Are the Exception, Not the Norm

6 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs may all have dropped out, but stats show elite colleges open the most doors.

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