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Taurus: Mark Zuckerberg’s call for a New World Order

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Zuckerberg said that we should explore ideas such as universal basic income — the idea that everyone should receive a base salary — and explore ways to provide health care and childcare in ways that aren’t tied to an employer.”

Mark Zuckerberg tells Harvard grads that automation will take jobs, and it’s up to millennials to create more

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Zuckerberg calls on his generation to build a ‘new social contract.’

In his commencement speech at Harvard on May 25, Mark Zuckerberg told graduates that wealth inequality in the United States “hurts everyone.” (Reuters)

Mark Zuckerberg finally has his Harvard degree. The Facebook CEO and famous college dropout left the Ivy League university 12 years ago to found the social network, but he returned Thursday to pick up a honorary doctor of laws degree and drop some wisdom on the class of 2017.

Zuckerberg called on his alma mater’s newest graduates to tackle major, ambitious “great works” projects that bring together masses of people for the general benefit of society. He noted that many technologies — including some being developed at Facebook — are changing the world and also presenting new challenges.

“You’re graduating at a time when this is especially important,” Zuckerberg said in the speech. “When our parents graduated, a sense of purpose reliably came from your job, your church, your community. But today, technology and automation are eliminating many jobs. Membership in a lot of communities has been declining. A lot people are feeling disconnected and depressed, and are trying to fill a void in their lives.”

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The Facebook executive said that it’s time for this generation to define a “social contract” in the vein of the New Deal or the Great Society. In his remarks, Zuckerberg said that we should explore ideas such as universal basic income — the idea that everyone should receive a base salary — and explore ways to provide health care and childcare in ways that aren’t tied to an employer.

He also acknowledged that this won’t be cheap. “And yes, giving everyone the freedom to pursue purpose isn’t free,” he said. “People like me should pay for it. Many of you will do well and you should too.”

Zuckerberg, 33, is the youngest person to deliver a Harvard commencement speech, according to Facebook — a fact that he wanted to highlight to the crowd. “We walked this yard less than a decade apart, we studied the same ideas and slept through the same lectures,” he said. “We may have taken different roads to get here — especially if you came all the way from the quad — but today I want to share what I’ve learned about our generation and the world we’re building together.”

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Some of Zuckerberg’s remarks echo the manifesto he published earlier this year, outlining how he saw Facebook’s mission as establishing a social infrastructure for the world. But the central theme of Zuckerberg’s address was to call on young people to create a world where “everyone has a sense of purpose” by looking beyond their own needs.

“I’m not here to give you the standard commencement about finding your purpose,” he said. “We’re millennials. We’ll try to do that instinctively. Instead, I’m here to tell you finding your purpose isn’t enough.”

Noting that society will likely see “tens of millions of jobs replaced by automation like self-driving cars and trucks” in the coming years, Zuckerberg called for young people to work on large public works projects to make new jobs. Though he didn’t specify what sorts of projects those should be, or what hand companies such as Facebook could play in them, he did cite some past examples.

Zuckerberg noted that previous generations have their own defining works — the Hoover Dam, the space program, the fight against polio — that pulled them together and imbued America with civic pride. Citing global problems including climate change and pandemics, Zuckerberg said that millennials, himself included, understand themselves as global citizens rather than belonging to any nation-state.

“To keep our society moving forward, we have a generational challenge — to not only create new jobs, but create a renewed sense of purpose,” he said. “So what are we waiting for? It’s time for our generation-defining great works.”

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Paul Sanders on Mark Zuckerberg

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As Mark Zuckerberg and his Facebook phenomenon faces it first “big” challenge from Google + in the social networking world, I look at the student, come entrepreneur whose creation has affected the lives of millions of internet users right around the globe.

Mark hails from Dobbs Ferry, New York and was born on 14th May 1984 (no birth time yet known). If anyone reading this article does know Mark’s time of birth I would love to receive it. He has a steady Taurus, with a secretive Scorpio Moon (the lack of a birth time does not affect this at all). Just these two placings say so much about Mark and his motivations. Taurus needs to build, to make and to have possessions. Taurus is protective and Mark has stumbled upon a creation in Facebook which fulfils all these requirements for a comfortable life. Mark hasn’t sold Facebook on and still remains CEO and president, as you would expect from a protective Taurus. He is now work 13 billion dollars – mind boggling isn’t it? Moon in Scorpio is far more fascinating. The Moon in Scorpio needs to know everything; not knowing everything going on around one for a Scorpio Moon can be personal hell. The Scorpio moon is also very controlling and secretive. On launching his first version of Facebook at Harvard where the pictures and personal details of all the students in the dorms were featured and posted online, one wonders what the original motives of Mark with his Scorpionic Moon actually were? At the time he stated “it was just a bit of fun!!”.  Hmm…? Now of course there are few people in the developed world who have not heard of it.

 

For more Mr. Sander’s profile on Mr. Zuckerberg, please check out his site at:  http://solarisastrology.blogspot.com/2011/07/mark-zuckerberg-looking-at-horoscope.html

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July 1, 2013 at 2:08 pm

Harenewscorp Uncovers Similarities between Hitler and Zuckerberg’s Astrological Life Path’s

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Recently, Harenewscorp has uncovered startling similarities between the Astrological charts of M Zuckerberg and Adolph Hitler.

Both are Tauruses with life pats of 5 which is very similar to Taruus/Gemini Cusps.  Those with life paths of  5 are agents of change. 5 Lps indicate changing and off the beaten track destinies. Your activities are varied and placed under the sign of adaptability, and multiplication of resources. More than anyone else, you need to enhance your learning capacities and the broad-mindedness. You must cope as well as you can with changes and transformation occurring in your life. Indeed, Life Path 5 brings about destinies which are prone to twists and turns, as well as to upheavals. Therefore, your life’s main orientation may vary considerably at certain stages, and if your destiny is that of adventurers whose course is fraught with obstacles, it may also turn you into an exceedingly unstable person through lack of nuance. You accumulate experiences and enrich your know-how with each crucial period. Your adaptation skills enable you to go through all the successive stages of your life without ever being destabilised by new situations.

For more on their similarities check out their profiles at astrotheme.com:

http://www.astrotheme.com/portraits/77F8T58PnLaJ.htm

http://www.astrotheme.com/portraits/y6X9GMzUAQ59.htm

OH Astrology beats Harenewscorp to M Zuckerberg’s Chart

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In this week’s issue of  Ohio Astrology, OHA looks at  Mark Zuckerberg’s Chart and makes some startling revelations:

A friend’s entrepreneurial uncle always told him that to be successful in business one must sell to “women’s vanities or men’s addictions.” Mark Zuckerberg, creator of Facebook, seems to have figured out that men and women can be addicted to the same item.

Yesterday Facebook changed how it works and the change made news. Some of my friends complained. No one has left. We love our Facebook but hate our Facebook Overlord. We are addicted.

In “The Social Network” Zuckerberg is portrayed as brilliant, determined and vengeful. In the movie he agrees to work with twin brothers to create a proto-type Facebook. Instead he does it all on his own and banks the results. He then undermines his best friend leaving him out of millions in profit. Both the twins and best friend sue and win.

In reaction to the movie portrayal, Zuckerberg was all over the TV shows especially the revered “60 Minutes” smiling and acting just like any old Facebook friend.

Zuckerberg has a sun in Taurus, the fixed earth sign. That speaks to his determination and, until recently, lack of facial or emotional expression. Taurus is steady and calm, rarely reacting emotionally. But when it does explode, it’s known to have one of the worst tempers in the zodiac.

I also consider Taurus to be materialistic in a good sense. There is true enjoyment of physical pleasures and 3D reality. Most people, really, are not deriving the pleasure they truly want from material goods. Taurus accumulation comes from enjoyment, not from a desire to impress (see Capricorn for that).

Taurus is not the sign of revenge. It’s opposite, Scorpio is.

For more of Ohio Astrology’s analysis, check out their site at : http://ohioastrology.wordpress.com/2011/09/23/mark-zuckerberg-our-friendly-overlord/

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September 24, 2011 at 10:26 am