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Full Interview: Mark Zuckerberg, Michael Arrington

While at TechCrunch Disrupt, I got the opportunity to watch the fireside chat with founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and CrunchFund founder Michael Arrington. This is the first time Zuckerberg has spoken since Facebook went public (so when Facebook went public, Facebook went private). I have taken a few key moments out of the video for you. In Hindsight Would You Do Anything? We are going to do things we think to build value over the longterm. Over the next 3-5 years the biggest question on everyone’s minds is how well we do on mobile. We’ve been in this quiet...

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Donate to the Red Cross Safely Promo – Go to RedCross.org

Yesterday I got an email talking about the Japan Earthquake. Of course, it talked about a company that helps deliver the message to help your fellow brother in Japan. It then had a link that said it went to the Red Cross, but the link inside was a completely different url. Therefore, I decided to make a 20 second promo talking about these dangers. These emails turn out to be scammers phishing for money. Unfortunately, they can get thousands of dollars before the emails stop. It can be a profitable business. That is why education is the most important in stopping...

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#BWE09 – the Blogworld Fatburger Challenge

I like a good burger. When I get a burger for free, I am all over that. That is, unless I am then turned into a Zombie. But I don’t think that’s going to happen anytime soo…. uuuuhhhhh….. brainssssss….. Anyway – I participated in many events at Blogworld. One that was really fun to do was called the Fatburger Challenge. I have never had a Fatburger, so I was really stoked on this. 1/2 lb of meat on a bun with lettuce, tomato and all the fixins. I felt like this is a challenge for me. Therefore I signed up....

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How Old Does This Match.com Girl Look?

I have advertising on my website. I had added one advertiser that ended up posting questionable ad content. I gave them a chance to remove the questionable content. When they said they cannot, I sent notice that I was removing their ads and ultimately did. When I get on MySpace, I usually ignore the advertising that I see. However, there has been an ad that has been popping up that is really annoying me. The video ad has what I believe to be questionable content. The worst part – this is a major company running the ad. The company? Match.com.