Randi Zuckerberg—you know who’s sister—wants you to stop sharing on social media this Thanksgiving. “May I so boldly suggest that this Thanksgiving, we focus on one-on-one conversations, instead of broadcasting our lives to the masses,”...Show More Summary
Randi Zuckerberg's holiday over-shares haven't always ended up in her favor. But it's still awfully presumptuous to demand that everybody else "Stop Sharing on Thanksgiving." Like so much of her near constant social media activity, this humble suggestion ends up being a plug for her book: Read more...
Summary: Randi Zuckerberg is perhaps the last person you'd expect to tell you to tell you to make sure you disconnect from social media every once in awhile. Okay, second-to-last person. But the former Facebook executive and older sister to Mark Zuckerberg has come out with a new book advising just that.
Two of the most annoying institutions in the world, PayPal and Mark Zuckerberg's sister Randi, have teamed up. But... for what, exactly? Read more...
Mark Zuckerberg's sister, literary patriot and media titan, owes every ounce of her non-career to her surname—and cosmos keeps smiling upon her. PayPal, an otherwise serious and respectable corporation, has forged an unholy promotional bond with Randi—and that's bad for everyone except Randi. Read more...
Life can pass you by while you're busy "socializing" on your smartphone It's a message we're all familiar with by now, but the most recent proponent of tech-life balance may surprise you: Randi Zuckerberg, a long-time Facebook executive...Show More Summary
Randi Zuckerberg isn’t alone in using Veteran’s Day and social media to push product, but her attempt to peddle her new book
In honor of Veterans Day, share how tech helped/complicated life while serving & get a free signed copy of my book! pic.twitter.com/3MU7UijrPL — Randi Zuckerberg (@randizuckerberg) November 11, 2013 Read more...
This is the last page of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's sister Randi's book. Read more...
Professional sibling Randi Zuckerberg usually only appears in the dim lower strata of our digital consciousness when she's fucked something up: maybe it's a canceled Bravo reality series, or a privacy gaffe. And yet, she was paid to write two books. Here's the only part that matters. Read more...
Randi Zuckerberg admits she may be best known as "Mark's sister," but after leaving Facebook in 2011 and starting her own firm, Zuckerberg Media, the former Facebook executive has launched a new project to help everyone shape their own online identities. Show More Summary
Sam Grobart has an amusing, and pretty harsh, review of Randi Zuckerberg’s new childrens book, Dot. over at BloombergBusinessweek. I’d be curious to see the artwork of the book given that Grobart points out the sum entirety of the opus is a whopping 101 words. Wow.
Randi Zuckerberg has written a book, “Dot Complicated,” that will enlighten readers on how to disconnect themselves from their tech-consumed lives. The WSJ's Deborah Kan sits down with the sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Here at FishbowlNY, we don’t normally report about Monday lunch at Michaels. However, in advance of our columnist Diane Clehane‘s next Wednesday hit parade, for which she will be joined by a Downton Abbey cast member, we wanted to make...Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg's sister, Randi Zuckerberg, was one of the first 20 people hired at Facebook. She left the company in August, and the job director of marketing, to try her hand as an author. She's got a pair of new books out on social...Show More Summary
Review of Randi Zuckerberg's new book "Dot Complicated," including the effect of social media and sharing culture on identity, modern friendships, romance, family, career, community and the future. Continue reading ?
The first sister of Silicon Valley on online etiquette and why privacy is a Web 2.0 concern.
TV viewers can't get enough of start-ups. But can Amazon turn that trend into a Web show hit--and a new revenue stream? First came ABC's “Shark Tank,” then came Randi Zuckerberg’s Bravo reality series, “Start-Ups: Silicon Valley." Now...Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg's sister has just penned a childrens' book about a little girl who discovers the joys of life away from the internet. Randi Zuckerburg, 31, was inspired to put write Dot after worrying that her own little boy, who's aged two, might growup with no real idea of how wonderful life offline can be. [...]
Randi Zuckerberg is the sister of Facebook CEO Marl Zuckerberg. She has written a children's book about a little girl who is obsessed with social media. She has to learn to turn to turn off her phone and join the real world. Randi's book Dot, which goes on sale on November 5, is about a little girl named Dot who can't stop fidgeting with her phone. Show More Summary