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With friends like this, who needs enemies. But hey, it's not their jobs that will be lost.
With friends like this, who needs enemies. But hey, it's not their jobs that will be lost.
 
One of the most fascinating developments in the digital age is the advent of social media.
One of the most fascinating developments in the digital age is the advent of social media.
 
North Carolina, which saw a tightening of the presidential race in the 2020 election, was among the states that saw an influx of money from Mark Zuckerberg in the months leading up to the voting.
North Carolina, which saw a tightening of the presidential race in the 2020 election, was among the states that saw an influx of money from Mark Zuckerberg in the months leading up to the voting.
 
Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook has now joined the ranks of those of us who have created moderated informational platforms that act as a hybrid publication.
Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook has now joined the ranks of those of us who have created moderated informational platforms that act as a hybrid publication.
 
For all of you who care about the truth, the reality of history, the core who we are as a Republic, we are in dire trouble right now.
For all of you who care about the truth, the reality of history, the core who we are as a Republic, we are in dire trouble right now.
 
I have found the recent demonization of Facebook and its founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg fascinating and revelatory
I have found the recent demonization of Facebook and its founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg fascinating and revelatory
 
In a shocking turn of events, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, testifying before the Senate after weeks of enduring attacks over the company's privacy policies, acknowledged that the company could indeed be seen as a publisher rather than merely a platform
In a shocking turn of events, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, testifying before the Senate after weeks of enduring attacks over the company's privacy policies, acknowledged that the company could indeed be seen as a publisher rather than merely a platform
 
And yet hordes of people flock to Facebook for the connectivity, supplied by the World Wide Web, to friends - some real, some imagined - but all easily accessible by a platform that many consider free, moreover, many do not understand.
And yet hordes of people flock to Facebook for the connectivity, supplied by the World Wide Web, to friends - some real, some imagined - but all easily accessible by a platform that many consider free, moreover, many do not understand.
 
Not everything you read on Facebook is true. Even Mark Zuckerberg, has acknowledged that they have a problem with people posting news that is not exactly news.
Not everything you read on Facebook is true. Even Mark Zuckerberg, has acknowledged that they have a problem with people posting news that is not exactly news.
 
Google has its search feature that will find anything I want within seconds and then tell me how many instances if found for my search term. Facebook tells me I can like and share anything I find interesting. Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Mark Zuckerberg are billionaires.
Google has its search feature that will find anything I want within seconds and then tell me how many instances if found for my search term. Facebook tells me I can like and share anything I find interesting. Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Mark Zuckerberg are billionaires.
 
The 2014 election cycle has seen an unprecedented effort by out of state groups through independent expenditures to control the results of Republican primaries for Congress and the Senate in North Carolina.
The 2014 election cycle has seen an unprecedented effort by out of state groups through independent expenditures to control the results of Republican primaries for Congress and the Senate in North Carolina.
 
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, few of the fastest growing occupations require a four-year or graduate degree for entry. In this week's CommenTerry, I discuss implications of their findings for North Carolina.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, few of the fastest growing occupations require a four-year or graduate degree for entry. In this week's CommenTerry, I discuss implications of their findings for North Carolina.
 
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