Mark Zuckerberg on the Importance of Wearing that Gray T-Shirt

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During his first public Q&A session at Facebook HQ, CEO Mark Zuckerberg was asked why he wears the same gray T-shirt every day. His answer? To limit the number of decisions he makes each day, saving himself – so to speak – for the important stuff. “There's actually a bunch of psychology theories," he says, "that claim even making small ... See the Rest

VICTORY! Facebook Apologizes for Real Names Policy, Promises Change Is Coming

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Score one for the drag queens! After a month of doubling down on their tone-deaf "Real Names" policy, Facebook has apologized to the drag community following a meeting with community members and queens. Facebook’s chief product officer, Chris Cox, said: “I want to apologise to the affected community of drag queens, drag kings, transgender, and ... See the Rest

Picture This: A Horse & A Squirrel In Love

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Horace was all ready for bed when he heard a knock at the door. When he opened it he couldn't believe his eyes. It was Agnes! "I took an early train" she said. Horace didn't even wait for her to put her bag down. "I've missed you so much" he said as he grabbed her for a hug. Agnes was so exhausted that all she wanted to do was go straight to bed. As they snuggled in together, Agnes leaned over to Horace and whispered. "Have you been eating in this bed?" Horace quickly propped himself up on his pillow, "Why would you ask me that?" he replied. Agnes put his face in her hands and grinned, "Because these sheets are clean."

Everyone loves a love story – even between a horse and a squirrel. Photographer Asia Kepka is finding out just how MUCH love people have for Horace (the horse) and Agnes (the squirrel). Kepka and her girlfriend Lynn Dowling put the masks on and gave them names —Agnes is named after Dowling’s late mother; Horace after an unnamed Hollywood actor and ... See the Rest

Goodbye, Facebook: Hello, Ello?

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By now, you've probably heard about Ello, the ad-free, invite-only, social network that seems to have gone viral in just the last week. Reports have linked its rise to the recent controversy caused by Facebook's "real name policy", which requires all users to go by their "legal name". This, as you also may know, has caused many in the LGBT ... See the Rest

Transformations SPECIAL EDITION: Facebook Real Name Policy Protest

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When Seattle drag queen Olivia LaGarce found herself locked out of her Facebook account, she created a Change.Org petition to raise awareness about the plight of drag performers, trans people, sex workers, the formerly abused, the stalked, and everyone else who, for whatever reason, don't use their real name on Facebook. Now Olivia (new Facebbok ... Watch Now

Facebook Parody of the Day: “That’s Not My Name”

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WTF, Zuck. Brigitte Bidet of the Legendary Children Atlanta takes on Facebook's Real Name policy with a parody of the Ting Ting's "That's Not My Name." Pretty spot on. "Woke up this morning/checking my phone/whole lot of people I don't even know/like yesterday's she's Jessica/now she's Jerome?/Facebook won't leave the artists alone" RISE UP AND ... Watch Now

Heroic Drag Queens Meet With Evil Facebook Representatives Over Shameful Name Change Policy

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Facebook, that evil corporate giant who has been denying drag queens their god-given right to use their self-created personas (as well as putting sex workers and victims of domestic abuse at risk), has agreed to meet with members of the LGBT community today. Sister Roma of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, plans to bring with her emails she has ... See the Rest

TOMORROW: Drag Queens to March on Facebook HQ, Protesting “Real Names” Policy

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If you're in the San Francisco area tomorrow, I urge you to join the march against Facebook, protesting their diabolical new "real names" policy. At 9:30am, meet at the Castro Safeway to get on the bus or carpool... or join at 11am at the Facebook HQ: 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park, CA. From the Facebook (ha) description: Facebook has recently been ... See the Rest