Happily for him, and the prospects of his eventual fortune, his business interests align perfectly with his personal philosophy.In the bio section of his page, Zuckerberg writes simply, “I’m trying to make the world a more open place.”The world, it seems, is responding.He also doesn’t seem to enjoy the public appearances that are increasingly requested of him.Backstage at an event at the Computer History Museum, in Silicon Valley, this summer, one of his interlocutors turned to Zuckerberg, minutes before they were to appear onstage, and said, “You don’t like doing these kinds of events very much, do you?
Facebook engineer claims gender bias in code review process When he announced they were having a second child, Zuckerberg said he immediately hoped they were having another daughter."You've got us for that, and we'll do everything we possibly can to make sure the world is a better place for you and all children in your generation." Mark Zuckerberg hires former Hillary Clinton pollster "August, we love you so much and we're so excited to go on this adventure with you," the post continued."We wish you a life of joy, love and the same hope you give us." They did not reveal the baby’s date of birth, but the Facebook post said she was born in August.The site is a directory of the world’s people, and a place for private citizens to create public identities.You sign up and start posting information about yourself: photographs, employment history, why you are peeved right now with the gummy-bear selection at Rite Aid or bullish about prospects for peace in the Middle East.