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  • Facebook's Zuckerberg marries longtime girlfriend

    Facebook's Zuckerberg marries longtime girlfriend
    First came his birthday, then an IPO debut, then marriage. It was a busy week for Mark Zuckerberg, but the Facebook creator managed to find to time to tie the knot. Zuckerberg and his longtime girlfriend Priscilla Chan exchanged vows over the weekend...
  • Motoring News

    GM Unfriending Facebook Facebook’s IPO may have set records last week, but General Motors isn’t impressed, as they’ve decided to discontinue advertising on the social network. Mark Zuckerberg shouldn’t take the decision...
  • A Feminist Looks Down From The Penthouse

    A Feminist Looks Down From The Penthouse
    A new book suggests that ambitious women should "lean in" to achieve success. What do we mean by "an ambitious woman"? What defines "achieving success"? Most important, what is "a new book"? OK, I know the answer to that one: A new book is where we...
  • Facebook reaches one billion users

    Facebook reaches one billion users
    It's finally happened: Facebook exceeded 1 billion users. Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg announced Thursday that his social media site had hit the milestone. "This morning, there are more than one billion people using Facebook...
  • Video/Q&A: 'Celeste and Jesse Forever' star/co-writer Rashida Jones

    Video/Q&A: 'Celeste and Jesse Forever' star/co-writer Rashida Jones
    Women break down in romantic comedies all the time. They just rarely do so to the point of looking unattractive, says Rashida Jones. “She always looks good, her hair looks good and her apartment’s pretty. It’s like, there’s things...
  • 'Jobs' review: Glimpse of a mastermind

    'Jobs' review: Glimpse of a mastermind
    **1/2 (out of four) No, “Jobs” doesn’t reach the heights of “The Social Network.” Few movies do. Yet this biopic delivers a powerful lesson via an OK movie: That people can change the world if they don’t let others...
  • Bitcoins: Widely known and widely misunderstood

    Bitcoins: Widely known and widely misunderstood
    Back in the 1980s, when I lived in Nairobi, foreign residents had a simple way of obtaining Kenyan shillings. They'd write a check in, say, U.S. dollars on their U.S. bank accounts to the Indian man who owned the ice cream store down the block. He'd pay...
  • Q&A: 'Frances Ha' star Greta Gerwig

    Q&A: 'Frances Ha' star Greta Gerwig
    Yes, the title character of “Frances Ha” is a New York woman in her 20s struggling with her professional life and the romantic and platonic tiers of her personal life. Still, don’t ask Greta Gerwig, who plays Frances and co-wrote the...
  • Story of WikiLeaks founding goes offline ★★

    Story of WikiLeaks founding goes offline ★&#9733
    One challenge facing screenwriters and directors today towers above the rest. It is this: How do you make something vital and interesting out of a story of guys, in a sweat, looking at keyboards? "The Social Network" solved the problem by, among other...
  • More than 100 Chicago tech execs sign letter urging immigration reform

    More than 100 Chicago tech execs sign letter urging immigration reform
    More than 100 Chicago technology executives have sent a letter to the state's Republican congressional delegation calling on them to pass immigration reform, citing a need for foreign engineers and scientists and the positive impact those immigrants...
  • Los nuevos mapas del futuro en Terra Incognita

    Claudio Ptolomeo sí que sabía hacer mapas. En el Siglo II (murió en el año 170) detalló todo el mundo conocido hasta entonces: el Mediterráneo, Europa, Norte de África y la India. Estaba tan actualizado que nombraba 8,000 ciudades. Su influencia fue tan...