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.
Keep smiling, Zuck!
One of the problems associated with the rise of Facebook is that we’re not conditioned to have that many lifelong relationships.
“I think that people just have this core desire to express who they are. And I think that’s always existed.”
With my profound love of Jewish men, I’m just holding my breath for the day that I can sucker in the Mark Zuckerberg to my Priscilla Chan.
18. Surprisingly, only a third of the people in the world have access to Internet…Sure, there are more pressing issues for some folks, but the Internet is the backbone for knowledge economy.
Mark Zuckerberg, for example. Arguably, the leader of my generation. Multi-billionaire, Facebook creator. Man? Absolutely not. Let’s look at what he really created. Mark Zuckerberg created a site that basically annoys everyone and wastes our time.
In the past year I have consolidated most of my online activity onto Facebook. This is as surprising to me as it is to any Facebook naysayer reading this. I used to be one of you.
It sucks knowing that my face, of which I have only one, could be taken and used in an advertising, used to sell guns maybe, or as the “before” picture in an advertisement for acne medication.
I reply to at least 40% of your statements with the following word: “Huh.”