Randi Zuckerberg, the sister of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, has signed a two-book deal. HarperCollins announced earlier this week that Randi will be publishing a memoir titled “Dot Complicated.” She is also publishing a children’s story. ”Dot Complicated” is scheduled to arrive on November 5th. The book will be about Randi’s time as Facebook’s marketing director up to around the time she became a mother in 2011.
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The first time I wrote about Pradeep Manukonda in February 2011, it was because Mark Zuckerberg filed a restraining order against him. Zuckerberg filed legal papers saying that Manukonda tried to follow, surveil, and contact him using language that had threatened his personal safety.
Google has acquired Wildfire Interactive for $250 million. Wildfire Interactive helps companies manage their presence on Facebook and Twitter. Google outbid Facebook for the deal. Previously Google tried to buy Buddy Media, but they lost on that deal to Salesforce.com.
Randi Zuckerberg, the founder of R to Z and sister to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, is going to be the executive producer for the reality TV show called “Silicon Valley.” The reality TV show will be on Bravo and the trailer video depicts entrepreneurs in the Valley as being hard-core into partying and standing in front of a walk-in closet filled with suits.
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Mark Zuckerberg, his sister Randi, and his girlfriend Priscilla Chan are all being stalked by some guy named Pradeep Manukonda. Zuckerberg had to file legal papers saying that the guy has tried to follow, surveil, and contact him using language that threatened his personal safety. Manukonda actually went to several Facebook offices in Palo Alto and attempted to contact Mark to ask for money. Manukonda was also caught walking up the footsteps at Zuckerberg’s house. A judge has ordered Manukonda to stay at least 300 yards away from Mark, Randi, and Priscilla. TMZ did a follow-up interview with Manukonda where he revealed that he is a peaceful guy that was dealing with personal problems. He basically just wanted Mark’s advice on his personal problems, which has nothing to do with computers. [TMZ]
People celebrated New Year’s on Facebook by uploading a record number of photos — 750 million over NYE weekend alone!
Randi Zuckerberg, the Facebook marketing director and sister of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, sent out a tweet that announced users uploaded 750 million photos during New Year’s Eve weekend this year. This breaks a Facebook record. Back in July Facebook said that over 100 million photos get uploaded per day. [TechCrunch]