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Not Anonymous:
Yet none of us is smart enough to not spend time on Daring Fireball.
1:32 am — Friday, 20 January 2017
Dicknose:
Interesting that Zuckerberg doesn't use his own product himself - rather has a fleet of people to use it for him.

I bet that Tim Cook uses his own products. No team is needed to use an iPad.

Satya Nadella likely uses his own products. Don't need a team to use a laptop running windows.

Google? I bet those boys actively use Google services. I wonder if they have a team too.

Jeff Bezos is probably the closest to Zuckerberg and has a single assistant that orders the shit he wants from Amazon.

This goes to shows how shitty Facebook really is. He needs a team to handle it and make it look presentable.

Twitter blows chunks in the same way. A product so shitty you'd need a team to handle it.
2:21 am — Friday, 20 January 2017
daniel:
Yeah, duh, he has people who cultivate his image. [So do many celebrities on twitter.]
(http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/27/technology/internet/27twitter.html)

Almost every company now has a whole staff of social media people who do this sort of thing. Is it really so odd for someone who's whole world is presenting the best possible version of himself online to have photographers and such to help him facilitate this? Doesn't seem so to me. Particularly when he is going to events constantly, speaking places, etc. Having speech writers who also help him write other public communications… Yeah, just not surprising at all.
5:22 am — Friday, 20 January 2017
Flying Fuck!:
![WhoCares](http://i.imgur.com/timqQj6.jpg)
2:02 pm — Friday, 20 January 2017
Stroke! Stroke!:
That's the Z: job creator!
3:05 pm — Friday, 20 January 2017
anonymous:
Kikeberg will never be president.
5:09 pm — Friday, 20 January 2017
Dicknose:
>Kikeberg will never be president.

You think you are being funny with your antisemitism, but if Zuck ran he'd have a good chance.

Trump just got inaugurated. No one ever thought that would happen. At this point anything is possible. Well except for Hillary ever getting elected.
5:52 pm — Friday, 20 January 2017
Sebby:
> I bet that Tim Cook uses his own products. No team is needed to use an iPad.

Mac is dead, then.

Glad to have that cleared up.
7:07 pm — Friday, 20 January 2017
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