Mark Zuckerberg hopes Facebook's newest tools can lead to doing good offline (CNET News)


Mark Zuckerberg hopes Facebook'
    Facebook has an ambitious goal to "bring the world together," and it's hoping what people do offline because of the social network will help.
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    1. The Intelligence agencies no longer need carnivore to monitor what people where doing when they got Fakebook. It's a scrolling piece of junk, chalk full of garage posts bearing no meaning. It's America's biggest waste of time. Go read a book, build a boat, take a hike and don't share it on Fakebook. It only takes a small IQ to see how stupid this website is only for the fools that follow. Be leader instead. Follow no one ever. Keep you life in line and offline. You where given a mouth and legs to be social, not an App at birth. That App is evil.

    2. Remember my space, fb needs to disappear like wise. I'm glad I haven't wasted one minute of my time on fb since January. No more.

    3. The question is: does Facebook get any % from the money raised for causes? If yes, then screw them! I would not want to give them any money. I don't care if GoFundMe keeps a small ammount for using the service, but Facebook is definitely not the place where I would raise awareness to anything by using their tools.

    4. Facebook business model: aquire every little thing people use… If not copy and make it your own. Recognize?
      For what he's talking about there is GoFundMe…

    5. You're not still on Facebook, are you? Really? Why? For all that's
      good for you…delete that sick company's stuff from your devices and
      NEVER look back. You'll be glad you did.