How did the Small Ligature be made? A visit to the traces of his growth

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 How did the Small Ligature be made? A visit to the traces of his growth


The /CNET columnist Richard Neva dubbed technology NetEase Zuckerberg grew up in a quiet town 40 kilometers north of New York, when he was visiting California. But he made time to greet Yuri Kataev, 50, who had bargained for Zuckerberg in high school. Energy-saving is an immigrant from Uzbekistan, see the old customers coming he felt very excited. He asked Dobbs Ferri, the most famous kid, what about Facebook. Zuckerberg replied, Okay, now people need me. Then he turned to the honest, unfiltered conversation commonly shared in hairdresser shops all over the world, and Zuckerberg became more open. He recalls: the control of it (Facebook) is not easy, because it is too big! Zuckerberg did not know that he was so prescient. Last week, the Facebook chairman and CEO testified on Capitol Hill, subjected to a severe inquiry by US Congressmen, because he and his one hand created the worlds largest social network. Zuckerberg now recognizes that Facebook has become a tool for hate groups, using the platform for harassment and intimidation, while national actors like Russia are manipulating public opinion through false news to intervene in the elections, including the 2016 presidential election. (photo note: Mark Zuckerberg (MarkZuckerberg) told hometown hairdresser Kataev, Facebook its not easy to control now because its too big. In the past month, Facebook has been hit by the data abuse scandal of Cambridge analysis company (CambridgeAnalytica). In the scandal, Facebook mishandled user data and used its own words as too naive to prevent other people from using the 2 billion 200 million users personal information collected by Facebook. This information is the most valuable asset of Facebook, which includes your age, location, preferences, interest and other personal data, and can be used to send lucrative targeted ads to users on news push. This is only 33 years old Zuckerberg has become the worlds fifth largest rich, the biggest credential, his net assets of about $71 billion. At 10 hours of hearing in the Senate and the house of Representatives, Zuckerberg repeatedly apologized. He said, we have not taken enough measures to prevent these tools from being abused. Its my fault. Im sorry. I created Facebook and run it. I need to take full responsibility for what is going on here. For better or worse, Facebook and Zuckerberg have become one of the agents of large technology stocks. Part of the reason is that Congressmen worry that technology giants like Facebook, Google and apple have too much power and influence in our lives and economy, and therefore ask Zuckerberg to testify. (Note: Zuckerbergs high school yearbook) GregWalden, the chairman of the energy and Business Committee of the United States House of Representatives, and Republican rep from Oregon, said: although the growth of Facebook has indeed increased, I am afraid it is not mature yet. Now is the time to ask if Facebook has developed too fast and destroyed too many things. Zuckerbergs transformation on Capitol Hill marked a sharp decline in the popularity of the CEO. Just last year, he began a national tour to learn how people live, work and think about the future. He released many photos of himself, such as helping on the farm and working on the car assembly line. This trip is one of his annual challenges, basically a new years resolution on steroids. Past challenges include learning Mandarin, developing artificial intelligence assistants for his home, and eating only animal meat he killed himself. But when he ran around the country last year, people began to wonder if he would one day be ready to run for office or even President. In a variety of reviews around Zuckerberg, I (the author of this article, RichardNieva, CNET columnist of the American science and technology blog) wants to see what people think of him. So in January this year, I visited one of the most controversial points in his trip: Williston, North Dakota, a major hub for the hydraulic fracturing in the United States. I want to know how his trip started, and what Willis learned from him and what he learned from it. People familiar with Zuckerberg say Willis may be the most interesting place in all the cities where Zuckerberg travels. Finally, I came to his hometown, though not in the range of Zuckerbergs travel. It is reasonable for him to skip Dobbs Ferri, because his goal is only to go to a state he has never visited before. But if we are all the product of the environment, it should be useful to know one of the most powerful people in the world from his early acquaintance, including his barber, fencing coach, classmates and neighbors. (photo note: last year, Zuckerberg went to the American town for a listening trip. From top left clockwise to southern Dakotas Piedmont farm, the candy story of Wilton, Iowa, the brandwell cattle farm in Wisconsin, and the Church of the Emanuel African Methodist Church in Charleston, South Carolina. This makes me think of Yuri Zuckerberg barber shop, it is 1600 meters away from home. Kataev, a hairdresser, is tall and fashionable. He speaks with a strong accent, wears a gold watch, a bracelet, and wears black leather boots. He told me that he had worked in this shop for 20 years, though the shop had a history of 106 years. The rotated barber outside has broken down and an American flag is hanging on the wall. While we were chatting, Kataev was cutting hair for a little boy with brown hair. During the break, Kataev shared more stories during Zuckerbergs visit, though it lasted only 5 minutes. Zuckerberg told Kataev that he no longer had time to meet friends or meet other people. This is before the election, before the trip to the United States. Kataev said, many people ask me about him. He is a quiet boy, a simple guy. Zuckerberg declined to be interviewed through a spokesman. Before the 2016 general election or the scandal of Cambridge analysis, the scale of Facebook has always been a topic of great concern. It is a huge company with over 27000 employees and its business all over the world, including Silicon Valley, New York, Brazil, London and Thailand. As a social network and tools that can touch all the people on the planet, its influence is incomparable. But under the microscope, not only is the scale of Facebook, its essence is also being studied, and the creation of its magic boy can not be avoided. Zuckerberg will be one of the most important entrepreneurs in the United States, leading us to the unprecedented digital age. He tamed the wild of the Internet, basically giving us all the names of names and places for posting pictures of babies, political roaring, and other things we want to share. With the development and expansion of Facebook, Zuckerbergs influence is also growing. He was essentially WilliamRandolphHearst, the newspapering king of his generation, and he became more and more influential in the field of Journalism and politics. And the two people have a striking similarity: they both dropped out of Harvard and made a lot of money in the San Francisco Bay area and filmed many of their films. Both Zuckerberg and Hearst helped popularize the click bait, although in the Hearst era, it was called the Yellow news (yellowjournalism, the late nineteenth Century with crime, murder, pornography, novel serialization and other exciting, pastime articles, and comic - based American newspapers). The two people left their footprints on major global affairs: Hearst boasted that he had triggered the Spanish American war, while Zuckerberg saw his platform twisted into a propaganda tool during the 2016 presidential election. (photo note: Zuckerberg testifies to Facebooks data privacy issue in the US Congress) However, although Hearst is a proud media tycoon, Zuckerberg recently admitted that he was responsible for the content released on Facebook. Zuckerberg insists that Facebook is a technology company and a social networking platform, rather than a media company. This may be one of the reasons Facebook tries to relax the news control, and the adjustment of news subscription algorithms will focus more on personal articles than in news reports. This effort may be pointless, because Facebook is still one of the most powerful content aggregators and news publishers in the world. Data released by the Pugh Research Center (PewResearchCenter) show that about 2/3 of Americans use Facebook, most of whom get news on social networks. Citizen Zach does not need to be our president. In some ways, he is even more powerful than the president. So who is he? Zuckerberg has grown grey shutters and white house in a building, located in the Dobbs ferry on the eastern side of the secluded corner. The trapezoidal turf is covered with rocks and small bushes. A brick staircase leads to the front door. A gray stone walkway is circling the side of the house, where there is a dental clinic entrance. In front of it is a wooden park bench with a sign hanging on it: E. Zuckerberg, D.D.S. dentist. E stands for Edward (Edward). He is Zuckerbergs father and is known as painless doctor in town. He was Broolyns dentist and married Karen Kempner, a psychiatrist in Queens (KarenKempner). They moved to Dobbs Frey in 1980. Four years later, in May 14th, Mark Elliot Zuckerberg was born (MarkElliotZuckerberg). Dobbs Ferri is a town of about 11000 people. It is picturesque, living in middle-class residents, and about 80% of the population is white. There are trees and shady streets and buildings depicted in fairy tales. Although you cant see giraffe, there is a sticker on the corner of the old house in Zuckerbergs house, with resistance on it, which may give you a hint to tell you the tendency of the town residents (or at least part of them). Everyone in Dobbs Frey knows that Zuckerberg grew up here, and his name was like the singer Prince (Prince) to Minneapolis, or the American basketball star Lebron To Akron. Dobbs ferry, mayor Bob McLoughlin (BobMcLoughlin) said: this is a very good growth environment. His son Zuckerberg had to play football together, her daughter often in the main street pizza shop for his service. McLoughlin continued: if you have great parents like you, you will get the lead in the beginning of life. All the locals seem to remember the story of the Zuckerberg family. In the nearby dry cleaning shop PrideCleaners, boss Parke (ChongPark) remembers Zuckerbergs visit with his mother when he was a child. Parkes mother, SangKyu, worked at the cashiers desk, and Zuckerberg asked her, can I buy a lollipop, Granny? SangKyu said Korean, not much English, but still gave him DumDum lollipops. The Zuckerberg family no longer lived here. Until a few years ago, after Facebooks initial public offering (IPO) made him very rich, Edward still had dental surgery on the side of the house. According to property records, Zuckerbergs parents sold the 232 square meter house in 2013 at a price of 900 thousand dollars and moved to California. His father now runs a consulting firm called painless social media. (photo note: the house where Zuckerberg grew up still retains his fathers dental clinic logo, although the family has moved to California.) However, before his parents moved to California, Zuckerberg apparently considered taking root in this place. There was a rumor that five or six years ago, Zuckerberg was in Hastings (Hastings), near Dobbs, south of Dobbs, looking for a number of houses to build huge houses. This is a rumour in this town, but several local people, including the mayor, have repeated to me. In the end, Zuckerberg didnt buy the property. Instead, they were sold out by billionaire hedge fund founder David Seaan (DavidShaw). I asked McLoughlin, the mayor, whether Dobbs Ferri planned to pay tribute to their local boys, such as a parade in its name, a name for the street, and so on. He replied, Zuckerberg road? Thats a good idea. In the cafeteria of azli high school, Diana Breslin (DianeReckling) showed me the picture of her favorite student in the clash of sword and sword. For example, in 2000, a picture of the womens fencing team in azlee high school, a 15 year old boy with a baby face, stood face to face in front of the team. The framed picture was usually hung in her office, but the 75 year old coach gave the reporter the first time to see the picture and tell her about Zuckerberg: smart, skillful, but a little silly. Behind her, the students of the fencing team are in two teams and are being trained. Brelin continued: he (Zuckerberg) is a born leader, children love him. Zuckerberg is the vice captain of the mens fencing team. Hes a little complacent, but he still gets a lot of respect. Breslins daughter Kathleen (Kathleen) is sitting next to her. She is Zuckerbergs school girl and his fencing teammate. Later, Kathleen went to Columbia University to study, and then went abroad to study. Now, Kathleen is the assistant fencing coach of azli high school, and she says, Zuckerbergs legend is forgotten, and he is no longer the child we know. But they are still digging deep into Zuckerbergs memory. Brelin recalled Saturday at his parents home with him, take him to the fencing tournament experience. Zuckerberg studied at Aziz high school (ArdsleyHigh) and had to cross the SawMillRiver. When he was in college, he transferred to a private boarding school in New Hampshire, Phillips Exeter College (PhillipsExeterAcademy). Breslin said she was very sad to see such a talented fencer leaving. She tried to persuade his parents to let him stay in Aziz. Brelin and daughter remember Zuckerbergs game, they said: how fast he runs very fast. When he transferred to Exeter college, he finally turned to the practice of saber. This is not the weapon we provide, but it is always as fast as lightning. He is the fastest of all, and so is his decision. As Kathleen said, she patted her legs rhythmically, as if calling the fighters to fight back. Quick action, breaking the rules is the motto of the first ten years of Facebook. Zuckerberg said that if you did not make mistakes, you didnt act fast enough. This has promoted the rapid rise of Facebook, but also brought Facebook into trouble. When the social network introduces its news push function, privacy advocates shout that peoples information is being shared freely. Publishers will be crazy whenever an algorithm adjusts their traffic. (photo note: Zuckerbergs high school fencing coach Diana Breslin (right) and her daughter Kathleen. On the web page, Zuckerberg, 15, called himself SlimShady and declared that he was crazy about fried corn tortillas. He also did an experiment on the web page. He tried to link friends on the webpage and drew out their contact graph. Does it sound familiar? One of the names on the map is KathleenR., and few people talk about Zuckerberg like her, remembering many of the normal children: this Kathleen talks about Zuckerbergs teammate with Julie (Julia) baking chocolate cake for fencing fundraisers, playing with friend Peter (Pete), and even playing. He accidentally hit a girls eyes with a sword. A few corridors around the fencing canteen can see inspirational posters on the Facebook chief operating officer Shirley Sandberg (SherylSandberg) and Zuckerbergs right hand, hanging on the wall of the computer lab. Azli ended the headmaster, and RudyArietta told me two years ago that students from the Department of computer science wrote to Zuckerberg to speak at the graduation ceremony, but he didnt get a reply. Even after traveling throughout the country last year, Zuckerberg did not return to Azli or Dobbs ferry as chief executive of Facebook. Last week at the hearing of the house of Representatives, Elliot Engel, a Democratic congressman from New York, signaled to Zuckerberg that he should go home and have a look at EliotEngel. He said, I hope you can cash in the promise to go back to West Chester County, maybe go to a forum, and I know that azli high school is proud of you. In North Dakota, Waterford City, every few kilometers there will be a large open plains. The 6 meter high chimney stands in the gravel, the oil is pumped out there, put a huge fireball into the sky. The flames made the atmosphere seem blurred. Near the point, the machine could hear a deafening sound. But from a distance, the flames and whirlpools in the sky look almost in the sky, like the scene in the Van Gogh (VanGogh) TheStarryNight. (Note: the gas flame jet in North Dakota in the chimney outside the city of Waterford) In parts of North Dakota and Montana, there are nearly 520 thousand square kilometers of rock structure Bakken, and the flames are burning above them. This is the nerve center of the hydraulic fracturing industry in the United States where rocks are crushed to extract oil. Last July, Zuckerberg and his team learned more about this behavior, most of which were male. After his trip to, Zuckerberg wrote on his Facebook page: I think that preventing climate change is one of the most important challenges facing our generation. In view of this, I think it is more important to understand our energy industry, even if this is controversial. Zuckerbergs post also has a photo of himself on the oil drilling platform. In the picture, the weather is fine. Zuckerberg is wearing a blue dress and a white safety helmet. He has six male drilling workers on both sides. From 2009 to 2015, when the hydraulic fracturing technology reached its peak, the Willis ton Waterford region was a prosperous city. Tens of thousands of people gather there to find jobs in the oil industry. Many earn $100 thousand a year, and only need a high school diploma. These cities continue to expand, to hold the new housing, restaurants, schools, gym, bars and strip clubs. But oil prices began to slide in 2014, and these towns had to consider coping with the economic downturn that followed. Even if the influx of new residents, Willis Dayton and Waterford more than 80% of the residents are white. In the 2016 election, Willis and Williams county and Mackenzie County in Waterford all voted 80% of the votes to Donald Trump (DonaldTrump). Like most of the places Zuckerberg stayed on, in Willis ton, 1 hours drive north of Waterford, Zuckerbergs arrival was a big local news. But unlike many of Zuckerbergs trips, such as the Ford factory in Dearborn, Michigan, Walcott of Iowa, the worlds biggest truck station, or the family farm in Blanchardville, Wisconsin, his post on Willis caused great controversy. Because some locals are not satisfied with him as their representative. In Zuckerbergs article, he said the ratio of men to women was 10:1 in cities and towns, and gender imbalance led to an increase in crime rates. Willis, executive director of economic development (ShawnWenko), met with Zach in town and objections to the figure. He says the proportion of men and women is 5:4. Ron Kniss (RonnNess), chairman of the North Dakota oil Committee, was responsible for coordinating Zuckerbergs visit to the oil drilling platform, and he was surprised at the latters post, but described his feelings by diplomatic Rhetoric: to be honest, I might prefer to read it second or third times. These reactions show how influential Zuckerberg is and how his presence affects the entire town. For Zuckerberg, Willis is just a stop for him. But for the local residents, this is a big event. Its like visiting a head of state, said skating coach and coordinator Kira Stenicem (KiraStenehjem). J Tenny Jim was responsible for planning Zuckerbergs round table dinner with the local residents, whose family had established the first international bank in Waterford and Willis. In January this year, I visited Willis and Waterford, that is, Zuckerberg spent 6 hours in town after 6 months. For many oil drilling workers, Zuckerbergs visit is only a publicity stunt for the super smart billionaire. In the small Missouri hotel suite in Waterford, about 30 people are attending safety training held by Hess, an oil refining company. Its a cold day. During recess, men chat around the lobby of a small hotel and drink free coffee. Three of them stood together, and I asked them about Zuckerberg. (photo note: Zuckerberg met with oil drilling workers at Willis ton, North Dakota). A young man about 25 years old said, that guy needs calm. He was tall, with short blond hair and a loose grey sweater. Every oil worker I interviewed talked to me anonymously, because their oil companies explicitly banned them from talking to the media. The young man continued to say, he is an asshole. But most people are more tolerant of Zuckerbergs attitude. A more than 40 year old man praised Zuckerberg for taking the time to understand the industry, even if there were differences between the two sides. Its important that we listen to each other, he said. Zuckerberg is very low profile. Considering that the original intention of Facebook is to let people publish all their life information on the Internet, this may be shocking. Perhaps more surprising, Zuckerberg needs to be an example: in the past few years, Zuckerberg has shared many of the most intimate moments in his Facebook page, like his daughter Max, taking the first step, and even telling the story of his wifes three abortion. When Zuckerberg travels, he brings a professional photographer. When he traveled in the United States, I learned that he hired an advanced team, which is a common trick of politicians. These assistants usually go to the front of the employer to explore the premises, find shelter and ensure proper exposure. In addition, their duties include ensuring safety, which may be large-scale action. In a document submitted to the SEC last week, Facebook said the company spent $7 million 300 thousand in 2017 to protect Zuckerbergs personal safety, an increase of nearly 50% over 2016. In addition, Zuckerberg spent more than $1 million 500 thousand on private aircraft, up from $870 thousand in 2016. Ryan Wallace, Facebooks CEO office Project Manager (RyanWallace), is one of the leaders of this operation. He was an Englishman and a veteran of the Royal Navy. From 2007 to 2014, in cooperation with the military, Wallace gradually became the head of the engineering and technology sector, mainly engaged in satellite and sensor work and the establishment of the Internet in remote areas. So when Zuckerberg decided to look for an American town to visit in the whole country, Wallace became the best candidate. Facebook forbids him to be interviewed. Wallace helped arrange Zuckerbergs trip to Willis. The team first contacted the office of mayor Howard Klug (HowardKlug) and began planning the visit. Zuckerbergs aides initially kept the identity of the distinguished guest confidential, saying he was an executive of Fortune 100 company. However, although the team asked the mayors office to help plan the visit, Facebook had a big limitation, that is, no public officers were involved in the visit. This trip is to visit the oil rig, a nice organization. Zuckerberg met with several people on the oil drilling platform and held a closed door meeting with the drilling workers. Kniss said that Zuckerberg was particularly shocked that many people on the rigs were about 30 years old. He also has a question about DakotaAccessPipeline, a controversial underground oil pipeline from North Dakota to Illinois, which needs to be reserved through StandingRockSiouxReservation. He wanted to know everything about the pipeline, but he did not want to reveal his personal feelings. The dinners included J Tenny Jims parents, Steve (Steve) and Gretchen (Gretchen), Williss economic development director, school head, oil and gas public relations, a clergyman, and a real estate broker. They gathered in private rooms with a long table. Zuckerberg sits in the middle. The guests said that Zuckerbergs team members were sitting in the corner, taking notes on the notebook computer, while others were waiting in the compartment outside the private room. Zuckerberg talked about his annual challenge, followed by free discussion. Lynn Wilke, LynnWelker, asked Zuckerberg how to keep fit because he had little time to exercise. Zuckerberg mentioned the importance of exercise because he had hip problems. He also talked about hunting trips and killed Buffalo, which is another part of the annual challenge. After killing Buffalo, he realized that there seems to be too much beef. Zuckerberg revealed his dissatisfaction to the media. He said, I met with people in private, but on the second day I read the contents of the meeting in the newspaper. This is unbearable! (photo note: last week, activists set up 100 live Zuckerberg cardboard paper cuts on the lawn of Capitol Hill). The dinner was scheduled to last for an hour, but it lasted for 2.5 hours. As night fell, people in the restaurant found Zuckerberg in the building. Wilke said that at the door of the chamber, there were about 15 to 20 people who wanted to take part in the queue. If its not for the wrong information on Facebook, this team may be longer. The news of Zuckerbergs appearance finally reached NewWillistonConnections, which is a popular page with 24 thousand members on Facebook. Someone posted a photo of Zuckerberg in LucyLu, a local steak restaurant, and many people rushed to the end. After dinner, Zuckerberg took as many photos as possible and left with his team. Zuckerbergs journey has to go on. At the last stop of his journey, Laurence, Kansas, Zuckerberg explained his motives in the question and answer session of University of Kansas. He said, I was shocked by the fact that running a big global company like Facebook, I was more likely to travel to the capital of another country, rather than going to more places in our country. I want to go out, understand and listen to other peoples opinions, see how people look at their work and life, how to think about the future, the opportunities, and what they are worried about. In Zuckerbergs words, the trip was a brave attempt. But even after spending a lot of time, money and aircraft fuel, peoples distrust of Facebook and Zuckerberg still seems to exist. At Willis, I interviewed many college students and graduate students who did not believe that Facebook was the custodian of their personal data. Two women say that when they see friends who are still happy without them, they seem to be suffering from FearofMissingOut (FOMO). Others are analyzing conspiracy theories such as Facebook and Instagram, such as using your mobile phones microphone to spy on you in order to send directional ads. Carmen Carter, a nursing student at the age of 26, said, I dream of buying a shirt and it will appear on Facebook. At Zuckerbergs congressional hearing, the theory appeared two times, which he denied. The Dobbs ferry has the same story. When you ask people about Zuckerberg, they choose two directions: they are either talking about personal relationships, such as knowing someone who goes to his fathers dental clinic. It will be regarded as an opportunity to oppose Facebook. A bartender, who declined to be named, said: his invention is destroying culture and making interpersonal relationships worthless. Not far from the Yuri barber shop where a fashionable pizza shop TheParlor. Inside, its decoration looks stylish and industrialized, with bare beams and murals painted on metal walls. The room looks like the Facebook headquarters in MenloPark, California, which is designed by the famous designer Frank Gary (Frankgehy) and has the same decorative style. On the metal wall, a slogan written in bold white capitals: I like the real you, not you on Instagram. Now, Zuckerberg is forced to become the focus of public attention in a way he never expected, and the future of Facebook depends on the real world like him. (little) Source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Bai Xin _NT4464