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It’s About Time Someone Translated The Facebook TOS Into Bro Speak. Thank you Miles Lothe for taking the whole brogramming thing to the next level by reading the entire Facebook TOS and translating it into bro-speak.

It’s About Time Someone Translated The Facebook TOS Into Bro Speak

This is amazing because Facebook, aside from Manpacks (yes it exists), is the most brogrammy startup on earth — Please email or IM me if you want me to elaborate on this, because it’s late but I can totally prove it. And for those of you don’t know what a brogrammer is please check out this very very informative Quora thread or this um, brogrammer kit. Fun fact: Nick Schrock, a Facebook engineer, runs the very popular Brogramming page on Facebook. Also, this exists. Bro Speak Facebook TOS translation highlights vs. “We give lots of fucks about your privacy, so we wrote this.

“When you publish content or information using the everyone setting, it means that you are allowing everyone, including people off of Facebook, to access and use that information, and to associate it with you (i.e., your name and profile picture).” Read the rest here. Prediction: Facebook Will Enter the Search Market Next Year. Ben Elowitz (@elowitz) is co-founder and CEO of media company Wetpaint, and author of the Digital Quarters blog about the future of digital media.

Prediction: Facebook Will Enter the Search Market Next Year

Prior to Wetpaint, Elowitz co-founded Blue Nile (NILE). He is an angel investor in media and e-commerce companies. Next year, search advertising will be a $15 billion market in the U.S. alone, growing by 14 percent, according to eMarketer. And, if Facebook can capture half the share of that market that Google has today, it could easily add an extra $25 billion or even far more to its value. For most any CEO who could have even a modest chance of succeeding at it, that payoff would be reason enough to take a serious look at entering the search category. And that’s what will propel him next year to make a completely disruptive entry into the search category. So if it’s not for the financial value, then why am I so certain that Mark Z. will make a play for Google’s home turf?

It’s because it’s so irresistibly good for his users. Facebook To Launch Music Platform With Spotify, MOG & Rdio. Juror Pleads Guilty After "Friending" Defendant.