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washingtonpost.com - 22 readers, 1099 Tweets - According to a new survey, Facebook use among teens plummeted from 72 percent to 45 percent -- in the past six months, alone.
bloomberg.com - 10 readers, 1094 Tweets - Twitter. Facebook. AirBnB. Marc Andreessen, co-founder of the $4.2 billion venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, has backed them all -- along with dozens of others. His latest project? Upending finance. Bloomberg Markets magazine interviewed Andreessen at the firm’s headquarters in Menlo Park, California.
qz.com - 13 readers, 192 Tweets - Online advertising—the business that powers much of the internet—has a fundamental problem. And Facebook thinks it has a solution.
blogs.wsj.com - 11 readers, 17 Tweets - Machines are taking on a much bigger role in advertising buying round the world, according to a new study.Automated ad buying, in which marketers use computerized systems to target users based on consumer data and Web-browsing histories, is expected to jump 52% this year to $21 billion globally.
boingboing.net - 12 readers, 4 Tweets - Cory Doctorow on how the copyright wars clue us into an upcoming fight over the destiny of the general-purpose computer.