That’s the take from journalist David Kirkpatrick, who got unprecedented access to the Facebook founder as part of his new book, “The Facebook Effect.”
A disturbing post on PostSecret yesterday revealed an illegal immigrant pledging to jump off the Golden Gate Bridge – but 20,000 online voices have responded with hope.
Have you ever been faced with the dilemma: “I want pancakes, but I also want a cheeseburger?” Or, better yet: “I want pancakes, but I also want to play Tetris?”
Disasters require out-of-the-box thinking, after all.
Yes, there will be turtleneck. But there also may be a new iPhone and a new version of Apple’s Safari browser. TIME’s Peter Ha breaks down what to expect from Steve Jobs keynote at Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference today. …
It’s a good bet Apple will roll out the fourth generation iPhone at the company’s developer conference today in San Francisco. But hype aside, we explore seven rocky moments from the iPhone’s history.
You know you’ve been wondering. And, of course, Stephen Fry has the answer.
“We are exposing our brains to an environment and asking them to do things we weren’t necessarily evolved to do. We know already there are consequences.”
– ADAM GAZZALEY, neuroscientist at the University of California, …
They say Facebook’s fastest-growing demographic is an older one. What better proof than our ex-president? Over at TIME’s Swampland blog, Kate Pickert has the rundown on George W. Bush’s new Facebook fan page. Hint: It’s probably …
Verified accounts are no fun. The real Twitter winners are the satirical rip-offs, lambasting everyone from Israel to director-who-likes-explosions Michael Bay. Here’s a list of our favorites.
Take that, Wikihaters. A new study says Wikipedia is as accurate a source for cancer information as a professionally reviewed resource — assuming you can wade through the lousy prose.
The global-PR-department-on-Twitter conceit might be a meme already, but it’s one we love.