Obsessive Lust and Longing on Facebook: Digital Media Expert Ze Frank in Conversation
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As people's relationships to technology become increasingly complicated, one authority is brave enough to suggest ways to sort everything straight: Randi Zuckerberg. An expert in social media and a former Marketing Director for Facebook, Zuckerberg has written the widely praised dot Complicated -- Untangling Our Wired Lives. Loaded with firsthand accounts of her time at Facebook and beyond, she explores the obstacles and opportunities presented by the "Technological Revolution." Armed with fascinated stories and practical solutions, Zuckerberg comes to the Commonwealth Club to discuss, provoke and inspire. Learn More
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Obsessive Lust and Longing on Facebook
Ze Frank, Digital Media Visionary
In conversation with Martine Paris, Head of Video Monetization Platform, PlaySpan
When we look at the social habits of the 500 million Facebook users, do we see the obsessive lust and longing of the Puer aeternus—the adolescent narcissist with its primal need for emotional proximity? Never before has there been so much data on what happens when humans group, but just what is the data telling us? Join us for a fascinating look as digital media visionary Frank shares his personal observations and musings on the effect the network is having on the pop cul
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