My Days At Home

I just started reading ”Facebook, ”The Inside Story,” by Steven Levy, Wired’s editor at large. The Washington Post has called him “America’s premier technology journalist.” His authoritative words have appeared everywhere. As I read this captivating book, I am collecting interesting facts. I’m doing this for a new client. I plan to also share quotes from Steve with you everyday, or every other day.


”Mark Zuckerberg is one of the world’s most recognizable faces. He’s the CEO of Facebook, the world’s largest social network—the world’s largest human network of any kind, ever—approaching 2 billion members, more than half of whom log in every day. It’s made him, in today’s reckoning, the sixth-richest person in the world. Mark founded Facebook at nineteen, in his Harvard dorm room.”


Today Mark’s passion is providing Internet access to the next few billion—people in underserved regions or who can’t afford connections. He has promoted a variety of means to spread the Internet, from exotic technologies like self-piloting drones to a controversial plan to give people free data plans that limit their access to a subset of popular applications, including Facebook. The effort, called “Express Wi-Fi” is a small but promising aspect of this dream, called Internet.org.


“On February 4, 2004, Zuckerberg officially opened Facebook, then called Thefacebook, and began sending emails to his friends, urging them to try it out. It was the time of year when students were shopping for courses for the new semester, and Thefacebook provided an instant utility.”

More soon.



The History Of Zoom. For Those Of You Who Were Wondering Where Zoom Came From From Read On…..

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoom_Video_Communications


Here’s How Those Hot Jigsaw Puzzles Are Made

Eliot completed the above puzzle.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/08/business/coronavirus-jigsaw-puzzles.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share


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