About writing. And reading. And being published. Or not published. On working on being published. Tangents into the pop culture world to come. Especially about movies. And comic books. And movies from comic books.
Does this surprise anyone at all?
Jeanne: No.Yes...No...That's actually a complicated question; the answer for which I think depends on understanding that Zuckerberg doesn't really understand people.
Just assume Facebook has your data. If you are on Facebook. I know a couple people who were smart and decided not to start...
Liz: Assume everyone has your data. Companies don't need FB to have it, and data collection started way before the internet was really a thing. You're actually way more anonymous by being in the sea of data than as someone trying to stay out of it.
I do not think this is going to end well for Zuckerberg.
Guilie: I think Congress (the Republicans) are going to try to scapegoat him over this to get out from under the Russia thumb, but, ultimately, I don't think it's going to work (Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell, especially, have dug themselves in way too deep to escape what's coming) and Zuckerberg will be fine. And it's not like they're even going to try to do anything real to FB.