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What's On Zuck's Mind - An Interview with Wired Magazine's Steven Levy

What's On Zuck's Mind - An Interview with Wired Magazine's Steven Levy | Social and digital network | Scoop.it
Steven Levy chats with Mark Zuckerberg about Facebook Home, News Feed, and building stuff the Hacker Way. Part of Wired's 20th anniversary issue.

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Ken Morrison's curator insight, June 5, 2013 9:35 PM

One month later,

Facebook Home - It appears to be a bust, but it is still important to see what is on Zuck's mind.  This directly relates to "The Great Tech War of 2012" which I have posted many Scoops.

 

Big Takeaway:  Mark Zuckerberg now realizes that many people are moving toward the desire to share more but with a smaller percentage of people.  I am certain that this is why he has integrated Google's concept of putting friends in differeent groups.

 

He also mentions the newsfeed. I really don't like his comment about a cousin's pregnancy not being worthy of being at the top of your newsfeed.

 

He claims that the rollout of Graph Search was more accepted by the public because he was more active in getting beedback (feedforward) from the public. He mentions that the technology was ready to be rolled out months before it was announced. He chose to wait due to previous privacy concerns.

 

Ken

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The Truth About Kids And Social Media

The Truth About Kids And Social Media | Social and digital network | Scoop.it
According to a recent study 78 of parents helped create their childrens Facebook pages and 7.5 million users are under the age of 13. The way your...

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Ken Morrison's curator insight, May 26, 2013 11:23 AM

In a nutshell, the unknown is the scariest.  Yet. If we do not prepare our young people for the unknown future of now knowing who is looking at our online activity, it could be scary for them. Parent's stay away because they do not understand it. For that reason, I fully agree with the analogy of comparing social media to drugs.