Facebook Going to Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg delivers the keynote address during Facebook's F8 developer conference in 2015. Photo credit: Ken Yeung/TheLetterTwo

In the Aaron Sorkin-created show “The West Wing”, there’s an episode in which fictional President Jed Bartlet (played by Martin Sheen) argues with his Chief-of-Staff Leo McGarry (the late-John Spencer) about stances on political issues — the latter wished Bartlet would be more aggressive about his positions. Ultimately they reach the conclusion that it’s time… Continue reading Facebook Going to Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg Turns to Base, Pitches Continued Building as Way Forward

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gestures on stage during his keynote address at the company's F8 2018 developer conference. Photo credit: Facebook

It’s a typical tactic that politicians utilize when they want support for a proposal they’re pitching — hold a rally in a part of their constituency where they have strong backing from their base. But this isn’t always limited to those in elected office. Even though he says he hasn’t set his sights on the… Continue reading Mark Zuckerberg Turns to Base, Pitches Continued Building as Way Forward

The Reset of Facebook

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on stage at the company's F8 developer conference in 2014. Photo credit: Ken Yeung/TheLetterTwo

Facebook once had the mantra “Move Fast and Break Things” which encouraged the development of tools and services at breakneck speeds. While it was retired in 2014, for more than a decade, it was something that the technology company believed in and that philosophy has helped lead Facebook to the success it has had since… Continue reading The Reset of Facebook