In his commencement speech at Harvard last week, Mark Zuckerberg, a man worth an estimated $63 billion, shared his views on the future and the economy and what he
believes it will take to fix it.
According to Zuckerberg, the answer is
universal basic income.
“We should have a society that measures progress not
just by economic metrics like GDP, but by how many of us have a role we
find meaningful,” Zuckerberg said in his speech, according to Business Insider.
“We should explore ideas like universal basic income to make sure everyone has a cushion to try new ideas." Read more (5/25/17)
Motherfucking Antisepticeye Jesus Christ fuck dude motherfucking glitching bullshit Jesus can you fucking believe this shit Goddamn person who thought of bringing the glitch bitch into our lives goddamn all in our face fucking shit i cant even fucking believe this shit have you seen this shit fuck I just watched this shit fuck Antisepticeye man Motherfucking neon green tennis ball head shit you put in the time fuck put in the time motherfucking cut his own throat with his bare hands and fucking green hair shit Antisepticeye I’m very tired No man I’ll just talk about the glitch son thing all day shit man you have to be so interested in the shit I have to say about the glitch thing fuck dude I just saw it a year and a half ago fuck Antisepticeye man he fucked over his fan base with all these glitches and that video man and shit man or did the theories fuck this guy who thought of the glitching shit I don’t like glitches I cant think of who the fuck thought of the glitches and shit all I can think of is the video where the guy thought of the glitches and shit who the fuck thought of the glitching and shit
A pair of internet giants are teaming up to bring
a privately-funded answer to the yawning gap created by the
inaccessibility of knowledge about a very public function, policing.
A new database called Measures For Justice is publishing an easy-to-use site that will collect criminal justice data buried deep in clunky public records systems.
With millions of dollars
in funding from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s charitable foundation
and Google, Measures For Justice will attempt to build one of the
broadest, most accessible stores of police data available to the public.
But it’s going to take a long time to get there. Read more (5/25/17)
I see this needs to be shared again with the latest stunt Mark Zuckerberg pulled when he made a post about fracking, https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10103877842160021&id=4 leaving the impression that it is safe while passively mentioning renewable energy. Of course all the Indigenous women had to remind Zuckerbergs audience that we do not “feel safe” around resource extraction sites and man camps. (Most prominently women from Bakken commented, given they have lived this first hand being one of the communities impacted by the “oil boom” even before the increase out west) . I just hope people are paying attention because now that word has gone around that he may run as a political candidate, these dynamics are important. Look at the colonizer stunt he tried to pull with Hawaii and now this? Even if he states these things politely and says hes learning, there still is a need to be critical of acts of colonialism and imperialism, otherwise they continue. I see zuckerberg as being the next polite colonizer like Trudeau, and he will quickly raise to prominence given his hypervisibility and stakes in FB. People will confuse that with expertise or simply yearn to gain proximity to that, so they will root for him. I also forsee the people who will defend him because “hes nice” meanwhile ignoring the ways Indigenous people continue to be erased while fighting to maintain sovereignty and autonomy.