[W]e are about to experience a turning point in 2018 ... without a doubt the end of the world that we have known.
Since the age of innocence has (long since) ended, Zuckerberg needs to demonstrate that he can make Facebook's transition into 'adulthood.'
We are talking about thousands, tens of thousands of perfectly integrated workers with full-time jobs — sometimes more than one — who still cannot afford to rent a home with their modest income.
In this tormented end to 2017, the two powerful dream machines ... are seeing their reputation collapse simultaneously through scandals and incidents of varying kinds.
What is remarkable is that nobody from the top Silicon Valley firms called out the obvious hypocrisy.
The homeland of the technological giants that dominate our hyperconnected era is where the West is making a last ditch effort against the raging barbarity of nationalism.
Trump’s rise to power at this time is a symbol of a counterstrike by the generations of the industrial age.
[G]iven its treatment of talented personnel who do not have the same skin color, religious beliefs, or sexual orientation, perhaps the U.S. isn’t the best choice for settling down these days.
The transaction suggests that the company may give up its fight with Apple, Facebook and Google to focus on what it does best: business software.