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Mark Zuckerberg On VR, AI And Sending Thoughts Over The Internet

Yesterday, Mark Zuckerberg ran a Q&A on Facebook, answering questions about the future of the social network, its technology and the internet more generally. Here are some of the choice cuts.


Here's Facebook's Little Red Book: A Guide To Zuckerbergian Truth

Facebook, like many Silicon Valley giants, has a mythology that’s used to indoctrinate workers. To help spread this ancestral origin story, Facebook enlisted its in-house print shop to publish a book of cultish aphorisms to guide inductees towards the light.


All The Reasons Experts Are So Pissed About Facebook's Internet.org

The idea sounds flat-out utopian: Free internet! For everyone! Starting in the least-connected countries! Of course, there’s a catch: Facebook’s Internet.org is helping people get online, but their online experience is then controlled by Facebook.


Which Tech Icon Should Get A Creepy Wax Figure Next?

Madame Tussauds wax museum in San Francisco already has wax figures of Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg. But it’s trying to decide which tech mogul should become the next embodiment of the uncanny valley. And it wants your help!


Mark Zuckerberg Is Just Plain Bad At Net Neutrality

Mark Zuckerberg means well. Or at least the billionaire says he does in a recent blog post about net neutrality and the Facebook-backed nonprofit Internet.org. Long story short, publishers in India are pulling their content from the Internet.org app over apparent net neutrality violations, and well, Zuck’s reaction is pretty much: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


What Should Mark Zuckerberg's New Year's Resolution Be?

Every year, casual wear enthusiast and Harvard dropout Mark Zuckerberg embarks upon a singular self-betterment goal. Past goals have included learning Mandarin and only eating animals he personally murdered. But for 2015? Zuckerberg doesn’t have a goal set yet, and is crowdsourcing for suggestions.


One In Four Self-Made American Billionaires Dropped Out Of University

Bloomberg crunched the numbers on “self-made” billionaires in the US and found that about a quarter of them were college dropouts. Ten of America’s 43 self-made billionaires dropped out. One, Harold Hamm, never even attended college.


Facebook Messenger Surpasses 500M Users

Being the Messenger app that everyone loves to hate apparently doesn’t put a dent in user numbers, as Facebook’s heavy-handed approach to get people using chat with even broader privacy permissions just won half a billion users.


5 Questions Mark Zuckerberg Didn't Answer As He Discussed Appletinis

This afternoon, Facebook users got a chance to interrogate Mark Zuckerberg about the company’s future. Well over 10,000 questions were submitted before the Q&A, many thoughtful, some pressing. So of course he answered the goofy ones.


Report: Facebook Is Going To Release An Anonymous Chat App

Facebook’s stance on real names drew criticism recently, and it looks like the social network is leaping vigorously in the other direction. Sources within the company told the New York Times that Facebook plans to release an app that would let people talk anonymously.