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Twitter Or Facebook: Who has a sexy (And More sexed) User?
More social media sites can show if you have some results section for Valentine’s Day yesterday, according to a new survey from Euro RSCG. Poll, digital agencies each year, found that Twitter brings people looking for exciting sex adventure and romance, or, more precisely, their social Indiana Jones likely to be attracted to Twitter more than Facebook. However you look at it, though, one thing is certain: Twitter has more meat than the Greek fest.
Some random highlights:
40% of Twitter users everyday describe themselves as “sexy,” while as only 28% of users on Facebook everyday saying the same thing.
21% of Twitterers’ fears that their sexual fantasies and behavior is not normal, “only 14% of Facebookers feel the same way.
Tweeter sex more often than Facebook users (55% vs. 46%)
More people on Twitter choose sex love.
Why Twitter has become den of debauchery is beyond me, but why ask why when you can do. True? If you want to see what Twitterers are saying about the big shows that this group of amateur sex machine, follow the trend in # DigitalLove to see what people say.
Find more glorious results of a survey in which Euro RSCG inforgraphic together.
Wolfram Alpha Showing A Whole Lot Of Data Personalized Facebook
Wolfram Alpha has announced the launch of a new personal cool tools Facebook analysis. All you have to do is type “facebook report” on Wolfram Alpha. Simply click the button that says “Analyze my data on Facebook,” allows to access your data, and Dodge. Tons of private data on your Facebook universe.
At least that is what should work. For me, it’s time out. Maybe too many people trying to do it once.
From there, Wolfram will give you your birthday, age (in days), and your next birthday (month and how many days you have until the next one), my hometown broken down by geography, age distribution of your friends, when your birth, zodiac signs, and all sorts of things.
“When you type” ‘facebook account’, Wolfram
Zuckerberg Gives $ 500 million stake in Facebook for Charity
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg somewhat in the spirit of Christmas. Some time ago, he announced he donated a hefty amount to a local charity. Donations which will come in the form of Facebook shares – cargo ship.
“Now, to lay the groundwork for a new project, we contribute 18 million shares Facebook in Silicon Valley Community Foundation. Together, we will seek education and health to focus on next. I hope we may be able to have a positive impact on our next set of projects, “said the CEO of Facebook in a post on Facebook.
Silicon Valley Community Foundation, a charitable organization, said that they “provide visionary leadership in the community by identifying the challenges that arise in our region, the challenge through our grant program, our research and our ability to bring together diverse groups of problem solvers, and develop and stimulate the generous community to strengthen the common good “.
The gift of magic from the 18 million shares of Facebook is only $ 499 million given the current stock price of $ 27.71 Facebook.
“Two years ago, Priscilla and I signed the pledge Giving, accepting an offer to give most of the money we earn to charity. Our first major project in education reform Startup: Education in Newark, NJ. I’m really proud of the work we did there, helping leaders like Governor Chris Christie and Mayor Cory Booker signed the most progressive teachers in the country, the district opened four new high schools, 11 new charter schools and more, “says Zuckerberg .
Giving is a campaign promise to ensure that the wealthiest people in the United States provides “most of their wealth” to charity. It is spearheaded by Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates.
One dollar salary Zuckerberg: Why CEOs Do That?
In Facebook IPO filing this week, lots of little tidbits of information about a company comes to light. Josh Wolford reported facts, such as 2013, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s salary was set at $ 1 per year.
Zuckerberg certainly not exec just to do this. In the wake of the Wall Street financial crisis, the CEO’s salary is under public scrutiny, especially customers lost money. Thus, some companies make hay fact that their CEO took the modest salary.
However, CEO $ 1 another race. Zuckerberg Why do this? Without the money lost due to maneuvering Facebook or unregulated market activities. Facebook is general agreement on the generally high. Zuckerberg Public opinion is good, especially after the movie “The Social Network”. Zuckerberg capitalist heroes, magic geek, all models of America love of both left and right. Who would blame him for taking the company public, raking in billions off of something that users have to pay?
How else $ 1 executives? Along with others who are listed as having a single-digit salary Apple’s Steve Jobs, Lee Iacocca of Chrysler, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, former Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger, Meg Whitman HP, and many Google with the three members of Sergey Brin, Larry Page and Eric Schmidt.
Public perception salary, and intended for, sacrificed for the sake of executives who oversaw the company or municipality. And, this is not to say that the altruistic intention was not involved, particularly in the case of executives at the helm of a company that they started.
In the case of elected officials like Schwarzenegger and Bloomberg, low wages reflects a commitment to turn around a bad situation that they choose to repair. Endears them to voters and constituents. Award in the excellent public goodwill.
The action man hearkens back to a time when America was scratching a bad way. Around World War I, business executives who had come to meet the branch of the U.S. government that they do business expertise. Executives who just need a dollar salaries and called The Men dollar.
Lee Iacocca was brought in to turn around Chrysler Corporation went bankrupt in 1978. The Iacocca run by Ford Motor Company after watching the failure of the public that the Ford Pinto. His reputation in the rock due to its “safety does not sell” a statement about the dangers of fire doors. However, Chrysler acknowledged that Iacocca, under all the public hype, is still a big glorious.
Iacocca took the $ 1 annual salary from Chrysler, which attracted the attention of his efforts as a rescue company, a major component of the American auto industry. It also helps to rehabilitate the public image Iacocca.
Public image taking advantage of low wages is easy to see, if the situation in the case of insolvent companies or heads of government are working to turn around the country.
However, there are real financial benefits exec requires a very low salary for running a successful company? There certainly can.
lower taxes. It’s simple. The payroll tax is higher than the tax on capital gains in the United States. This fact has led to a political argument over the last few years, and it has become common knowledge as a result.
Mark Zuckerberg direct current salary is $ 600,000 per year. In the case of the payroll tax, it has a 35% tax bracket. If, however, he reduced his salary to $ 1 and take stock options instead – a good deal for a company with an IPO as Facebook – handles it gets capital tax, which is currently at 15%. Zuckerberg currently holds 28.2% of the company.
It is in vain, but let’s get a little crazy with the possibilities here.
2) No Tax. Think this one, as suggested in a CNBC story. If Zuckerberg is to release and future stock bonus or extra gift, did not withdraw any shares (so a capital gain), he effectively had revenue of $ 1 per year, all while building a fortune as a stock rises, hating, etc. he was making enough money to live comfortably, though not extravagantly, for the time being. There is no tax burden at all, continue to hijack your resources back to themselves, to build a legacy far greater.
3) Living In Debt. Even after Zuckerberg savings exhausted, he could live off Home Equity Line of Credit. CNBC explains the situation:
People sometimes talk about the “flower of life” rich their wealth. But not really a tax efficient way to live if you are really, really rich. It is better to live in muni bonds and debts.
Zuckerberg is the best thing for a home equity line of credit, maybe a few lines of home equity. He had to borrow against the value of real estate owned. The money he received from the HELOC debt from income, which means that it is not taxed. Better, he pays interest HELOC can be used to offset other income can get.
4) Tax Payer Money. It is highly unlikely, but possible. When Mark Zuckerberg showed revenues between $ 1 and $ 13.650 (2011 tables), he may qualify for the earned income tax credit, even without children. It sounds ridiculous, but there it is. up to three children, she could collect up to $ 5,751 dollars per EIC year, as well as Medicaid and Food Stamp benefits.
Now, this is not to say that Mark Zuckerberg wanted to do these things, except maybe # 1. However, once you make your bones Zuckerberg in business levels, changes possible. Planning to change. You do not have to worry about things that many “normal” people are worried. You do not care if the W-2s come. Regarding to the cost of your checks bounce. And, you can not plan your tax strategy considers “normal people” as mortgage interest, charitable contributions and the cost of the job hunt. This item is used, but this is not the core of your strategy.
Add a zero at the end of your numbers allows you to reduce the number of most “normal people” are worried about a dollar, and still build the kingdom.
Also, you can give it.
On December 9, 2010, Mark Zuckerberg, along with Bill Gates and Warren Buffett signed a “promise of Giving” in which they pledged to give at least half of their wealth to charity over time. He was listed in the Top Twenty Most Powerful People of the World Forbe (Gates # 5, # 9 Zuckerberg, Buffett # 20). They can do a lot in the world with a combination of wealth and influence they hold. Gates, for example, has long taken the eradication of malaria from the Earth as a personal mission. And, in the last 10 years, the incidence of malaria in the world will be 20%.
For big ticket financial advisor said, “The more you stay, the more you can give.”
Rowe Price goes On Facebook, Zynga
Respected mutual fund company T. Rowe Price is – at least to some degree – to believe social media. Expressing filings released by the organization recently invested $ 190,500,000 wonderful voice on Facebook and $ 72 million in Zynga.
That makes for a total of $ 262.5 million ($ 297.9 million or if you are investing $ 35.4 million in the T. Rowe also made the list Angie). Not exactly pocket change from the perspective of the average person, in other words, and in the business world, many companies can buy direct.
Plus, further demonstrating its interest in social media, T. Rowe has invested in Groupon and Twitter before.
The catch bit is that, in terms of all the money T. Rowe manages – something like $ 482 billion – $ 300 million really does not amount to much. And mutual fund companies are not trying to make (or allow) any investor to load Facebook shares.
Mary Pilon, who was one of the first to report the expenses of the association, explained, “This investment. . . is a drop in the bucket for T. Rowe, who told risk management by keeping a small portion of the investment for each fund company. None of the Company’s funds have at least one full percentage related to Facebook, for example. ‘
So make the move (s) what you will. Is it possible to turn them over in the street. At least some investors are sure to follow T. Rowe leads and trying to pass a little money in Facebook, Zynga, or other social media companies, however.