Mark Zuckerberg

Business Card Chic, Circa 2018

I’m pretty sure Mark Zuckerberg’s current business card doesn’t say, “I’m CEO . . . bitch” (as it reportedly did, once upon a time). In fact, my hunch is that Zuckerberg no longer has a business card. That’s based on what I’ve observed within my sphere of clients, friends, and acquaintances. Namely, people’s business cards — at...
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What I Can’t Forgive Mark Zuckerberg For

Dubious Fashion Trend Amongst Those Old Enough to Know Better At least IMHO, Mark Zuckerberg’s cardinal sin isn’t unleashing Facebook on the masses. Or, vacuuming up consumers’ personal data by the trilobite, then selling (“monetizing”) it to advertisers for gazillions. Or even providing a platform for foreign meddling in U.S. elections. Young Adult Attire No, I...
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Virtual Reality Applications: Sporting Events, Education, or ???

No More Excuses for Missing That Spinning Class “Imagine enjoying a courtside seat at a game, studying in a classroom of students and teachers all over the world or consulting with a doctor face to face ” just by putting on goggles in your home.” –Mark Zuckerberg, “Facebook in $2 Billion Deal for Virtual Reality...
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“Hey, Mark! Call Me!”

“Zuckerberg IPO Haul Could Top $28 Billion”  — WSJ So, exactly how much is $28 billion, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s reported stake in the about-to-go-public company? Enough to buy the nicest home in the Twin Cities. And every other home, too.  (Actually, just in Minneapolis and St. Paul). I got that by dividing $28 billion by...
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2010 Person of the Year: Jon Stewart

The New “Most Trusted Man in America??” Yeah, yeah, I know who Julian Assange is, and about WikiLeaks. And I’m aware that Time magazine chose Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg as its “Person of the Year” — if not a “jump the shark” moment, then awfully close. But my candidate for “Person of the Year” is...
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