"I've spent a decade in Silicon Valley," said Randi Zuckerberg. "Innovation is everywhere. It's supposed to be the center of forward thinking. [So] why can I count the number of women executives on one hand? Or people of color?"
Throughout its short history, Facebook has encountered flare-ups over its users’ privacy. People have complained about their wall posts being published for all (their friends) to see in the then-new News Feed. There's been moaning about brands promoting to their friends that they like brand X (info those friends would already be able to see).
Monday proved to be a major day for girl power in the world of New York media, with both Cosmopolitan and Glamour hosting boldfaced name-studded events (which, apparently, had been unintentionally scheduled for the same day).
Tech startups aren’t just for geeks in their garages anymore. Celebrities, eager to share their fabulous lives with the rest of us, are the new digerati.