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    • Craigslist has nothing to teach Facebook

      Noted news and opinion website Slate recently published an article entitled “What Facebook Can Learn From Craigslist”. One could assume by the headline that Slate must mean craigslist can teach Facebook something about Facebook Marketplace, but that’s not the point Slate is trying to make. Instead, Slate makes the questionable claim craigslist has ‘conquered’ its own content m ...

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  • YouTube Heroes Will Let Users Earn Rewards By Flagging Videos, More

    … to training through workshops and Hero hangouts. At Level 3, Heroes “who have demonstrated their proficiency” will receive the ability to flag multiple videos at a time and the ability to help moderate content within the YouTube Heroes community site. Once Heroes reach Level 4, they’ll receive access to “sneak-preview product launches,” and will gain…

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  • A Complete Guide to Facebook’s Q3 2015 Financial Results

    … than 200 million, almost 250 million people who have either an Xbox, a PlayStation or a Wii, and we think that that audience is going to the type of people who are going to be very excited about the type of experiences initially that you can have with virtual reality. And the advantage of that is also that some of those can be single-player…

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