Zuckerberg released his own personal statement this morning.
“From day one my goal has been to connect people, to break down the barriers between us and this is really just an extension of that. Up till now we’ve been forced to spend 6 to 9 hours a day locked away from our friends and family in our own little bubble. Continue reading Facebook Launches ‘Facebook 365’→
When I first heard about the idea of access to affordable broadband being a basic right, I’ve got to admit I thought it sounded a bit daft. More recently, I’m inclined to think that it was this immediate brain jerk of a reaction that was daft. The more I think about it, the more it makes sense. Continue reading Is there a human right to broadband?→
There’s been a lot of coverage recently of the £1 million dollars Humans of New York raised for Mott Hall Academy in Brownsville, Brooklyn. It’s a great story. If you’re already familiar with the story, you can skip to the what could possibly be wrong section. If you’re fresh to it, then let me catch you up quickly. Continue reading Is there a problem with social media giving?→