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Past ‘Zucked,’ what worries writer Roger McNamee most ab …

Roger McNamee and his new book. (Rick Smolan Photo, left, Amazon.com Image) Roger McNamee is a veteran investor in Silicon Valley, and one of the earliest people to invest in Facebook, even offering advice to Mark Zuckerberg when he was a young CEO. A fan of Facebook for many years, McNamee became concerned with posts in his feed about the election early in 2016. His concerns soon grew into his own investigation into Facebook’s role in the spread of misinformation and its consequences, which he shares in […]

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Google: A/B Trying out Can Prolong a Web site Migration

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