Tag Archives: Mark Zuckerberg

An open letter to Mark Zuckerberg

Dear Mr. Zuckerberg, You are the CEO of one of the most fastest growing and remarkable companies in the world. You’ve created a place where 350 million people get together online and have a great time. A place where 350 … Continue reading

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The Facebook business model is the root cause of a lack of transparency

Mark Zuckerberg just announced that Facebook will revert back to the old terms of service as too many people complained about the new ones. I think it is a honorable that Facebook is retracting a pretty bad plan. It is … Continue reading

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Mark Zuckerberg is answering the wrong question, and we fell for it again

There has been quite a bit of uproar about Facebook changing their Terms of Service. Unfortunately, no one is asking the right question, thus letting Mark get away with answering the wrong one. The section that created this uproar reads: … Continue reading

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With great power comes great responsibility

I read about the fuzz generated around an interview Sara Lacy held with pop star Mark Zuckerberg. Sara was slaughtered on-line with several blog posts and numerous tweets that called her all sorts of things. Michael Arrington called it right … Continue reading

Posted in conversation set free, Joseph Pine, Mark Zuckerberg, Responsibility, Sara Lacy, side effects, Technology, Twitter, web 2.0 | Tagged , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Facebook is fighting a lost cause, they just don’t know it yet

I’m not sure what to think about the different blog posts covering the interview Mark Zuckerberg has given recently. The tech community seems to be giving Mark a pop star status,leading to witch burning scenario’s, well described by Michael Arrington … Continue reading

Posted in business model, Data Portability, Dick Hardt, Facebook, freedom, Mark Zuckerberg, Marshall Kirkpatrick, privacy, walled garden, web 2.0 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 6 Comments

Every generation needs a new revolution

Facebook and Google are getting a lot of attention these days. Everyone, including myself, seems to have a take on it and the urge to write about it. It is time to step back, observe and try to understand what … Continue reading

Posted in advertisement trap, Android Mobile OS, Dave Winer, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, OpenSocial, revolution, Rolf Skyberg, social networks, SocialAds, Tim O'Reilly, web 2.0 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

The myth of SocialAds, Beacon and Insights: it ain’t gonna work!

The countdown continues. After I decided to write a post on the downfall of Facebook as their stealth ad system is being revealed, we are now on another day after. The day after Mark Zuckerberg announced his 3 way ad … Continue reading

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Mark Zuckerberg: When in doubt, follow the money

It is the day after the OpenSocial announcements Google has made. I like it already. The scooping part of such events isn’t nearly as interesting as the period afterwards when everyone starts analysing and speculating. It is from these brainwaves … Continue reading

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