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CSPAN
Sep 3, 2016 7:00pm EDT
everywhere except china. think about that a quarter of the internet. right bills of photos uploaded every day. and i know that feels like major call cost is free but it is not free to run this entire town in oregon livelihood is basically keeping facebook machines cool. that's their entire reason to be a cooling system that is not cheap and you use it, and it feels like it is free but it is not. i do think it is the form of that in a way. that said, of course, hold on. but to clarify it is the case that establishers don't give a shit about user experience and i can see how they'll be templetted to use it. facebook rarely inserts disagreement experience so then i think the problem is that publishers don't care. that's the real problem. for many publishers don't care. okay long answer to a short question. go on. sure. [laughter] >> so i just happen to move through the rally six weeks ago to support my husband's job at -- >> you e-mailed me -- i remember that. [laughter] retweeted. so it's amazing i'm still reading it, and it's very dark and in a way kind of reminds me of louie ck but in a w
CSPAN
Aug 28, 2016 8:00am EDT
quarter of unit everywhere except china. a quarter of the internet. there's billions of photos uploaded every day. i know that feels like the marginal cost is free but it's not free to run. there are anticancer organ whose entire life is basically keeping facebook cool. that is not cheap. if you use it and it feels like it's free but it's really not. i do think it's a form but as i said, just to clarify, it isn't the case and publish it basically don't giv have shit at user experience. in that case i can see a summary tempted to user. i think the real progress publishers just don't care. that's the real problem. or many publishers don't care. long answer to a short question. >> i just happened to move to the rally 66 go to support my husband's job -- >> you know me. >> we tweeted. it's amazing. i'm still reading it and it's very dark and in a way reminds me of -- but in a very weird way. my question was are you going to also, thinking about at some point turning out as a movie? spent ideally but it's the only way to make money and books, is to be. the agent is trying to hustle that now.
CSPAN
Aug 28, 2016 10:00pm EDT
work that people do. facebook is in the quarter the internet excluding china. there are billions of photos uploaded every day. it feels like the marginal cost is free but it's not free. their entire towns in oregon where their entire reason for existence so that is not cheap. it feels like it's free but it's really not. that said, just to clarify it's the case that some publishers abuse it but i think facebook very rarely inserts an ad experience so i think the real problem is that publishers just don't care. that's the real problem, or are many publishers don't care. a long answer to a short question. >> i just happen to move to support my husband's job. i re-tweeted so it's a meeting. i'm still reading it. it kind of reminds me of louis ck but in a way. my question was are you also thinking about at some point i moved the? >> the only way to make money and books is through tv. the agent is trying to hustle that now. there's so many steps to getting a movie made. a book deal is a book deal. harpercollins publishes it is an short of employing up to get to the movie there so many ste
CSPAN
Dec 26, 2016 11:00am EST
china. a quarter of the internet. billions of photos are uploaded every day. i know that feels like the marginal cost is free, but it's not free to run. there are entire towns and organ that is keeping facebook cool, the cooling system. that is not cheap. it feels like it's free, but it's really not and i do think it's a form of theft, in a way. with that said, to clarify it is the case that some publishers don't care and they abuse it and in that case i could see how someone might be attempted to use it. i think publishers just really don't care for many publishers. long answer to a short question. >> i just happened to move to the valley six weeks ago to support my husband's a job-- >> you e-mailed me. >> yeah. it's amazing. i'm still reading it and it's very dark and kind of reminds me -- anyway, my question was ru also thinking about at some point turning it out as a movie? i mean, has that-- >> the only way to make money and books is actually tv and the agent is trying to hustle that now. there are so many steps along the way to getting a movie made. every movie watches like a mino
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