Another tweeting chef bites the dust.
In which we atone for our hasty judgment.
They invaded Mark Zuckerberg's privacy!
What should the company do with the increasing number of left-behind profiles?
Moskovitz reacts to his filmic depiction.
In a word: overdraft fees.
Vulture likes this.
And he's started a Facebook page about it.
It dubs Zuckerberg a "punk" and a "prophet."
They made it look like a default Facebook photo!
That's more than analysts expected.
"What are you in, some kind of cult?"
And people are being really nice!
Hopefully this will satisfy you whiners who want to keep all your personal information to yourself and people you know.
Yet another reminder to always set your preferences to "private."
His Washington 'Post' essay today would, at first glance, make you think so. Many aren't buying it.