Ask Mark Zuckerberg Anything During His First Public “Community Q&A” On Facebook Nov 6

Nikohl Vandel:

my only question, how’s the dog doing?

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Most people have a burning question to ask about Facebook, whether they’re one of its 1.35 billion users or not. So taking a cue from Reddit’s Ask Me Anything sessions, Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg is upping the transparency and will play customer support himself on November 6th when he does Facebook’s first “Community Q&A”.

The hour-long livestreamed session will answer the public’s questions submitted to the “Q&A With Mark” Facebook Page. Zuck says the Q&A is themed after a Facebook tradition where “every Friday we have a Q&A and all employees can come and ask me questions about anything they want.”


People can submit their queries in the comments on Zuck’s post, or Like ones to vote for the questions they want answered. Some top ones so far include:

  • Joshua Murphy – How will Artificial Intelligence or AI play into the future of social networks and infrastructure…

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Originally posted on 2012: What's the 'real' truth?:

Published on Jan 25, 2011
Thanks to D.…
Transform the world together. YOU CAN make a difference. Not everything is going to hell, keep your head up high even through difficult times.

Its all about your attitude, and way of thinking. Stop spreading fearmongering material, stop hating, stop thinking negative about others and/or yourself, start to look for solutions, be creative,be positive, talk to people, evolve, interact with people in real life. Try to understand why people think the way they do, and mutial respect is very important as well, try to respect eachother either you agree or disagree with them sometimes.
And being stubborn isn’t always a good thing.

Peace,love and respect

Credits for a great poem and a great actor, and activist :
Woody harrelson
I love you bro :)

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Joker Lets You Instantly Stream Perfectly Legal And Legitimate Torrent Files

Nikohl Vandel:

not quite sure what a torrent is, but i’m gonna find out ….

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Let’s say there’s a torrent online you would like to view. After all, torrents themselves are perfectly legal. Instead of downloading the torrent, paste the link to the torrent in and watch the content instantly. Watch out, Popcorn Time. The Joker is here.

Using to watch a torrent is stupid easy. Grab a Torrent magnet link — the more seeds the better — and paste it into the text input box on the home page of From there, the service seems to cache the content, and depending on the amount of seeds, it starts playing after an ad.

Streaming is not a newly discovered torrent function. Programs and services have offered the functionality for years, yet’s implementation is clean and elegant. And that’s why it probably won’t last long.

Legitimate torrents or not, Joker will clearly be used for pirated content and the site is trying…

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Revolutionary Daily Thought

Nikohl Vandel:

#weAreAllConnected liberty and freedom extending to one should be extended to all. no one person has the right to impose their will over another, in a truly equal world.

Originally posted on Moorbey'z Blog:

“Pass the word among others, especially young people, that my freedom isn’t separate from your own. Because if my constitutional rights get stolen, yours get weakened and can be ignored at will.” -Mumia Abu-Jamal    excerpt from a letter to Ohio State Univ students.

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BigPanda takes in $7M to help IT staff spot problems in the data center

Originally posted on Gigaom:

IT problem-spotter BigPanda plans to announce Wednesday that it brought in a $7 million series A funding round and is launching its core product to the general public. The new funding round, led by Mayfield and Sequoia Capital, brings the startup’s total investment to $8.5 million.

Today’s web-scale companies typically load up several different types of data-siphoning and deployment services into their IT infrastructure to streamline the performance of their data centers. These services include configuration-management tools like Puppet (see disclosure), log-management services like [company]Splunk[/company] and application-monitoring services like [company]New Relic[/company].

And it’s not like these services are generating bite-sized chunks of data. The amount of information being funneled into organizations from each of these services can overwhelm the IT staff, explained BigPanda founder and CEO Assaf Resnick.

“Suddenly you have six or seven monitoring dashboards with alerts and none of those dashboards speak the same language,” said Resnick.


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