Facebook’s IPO, “Privacy Correctness” and Charlie’s Writing September 27, 2012Posted by lborodkin in : Uncategorized , trackback
Charlie Cheever is stepping away from his day-to-day role at Quora.
Quora is and always will be a great product. It’s not easy to do a real-time, community-edited, advertising-free collection of the best sources on the Internet for questions.
One of the things I particularly like is Charlie’s style of writing. Quora has one of the most readable “About” pages on the web. I always attributed this to Charlie, because the word “great” showed up a lot in his answers.
I hope Charlie continues to contribute prolifically to Quora, and I look forward to whatever he decides to do next.
Also, here I am discussing Facebook on the day of its IPO with Kashmir Hill, Denise Howell, and Evan Brown on This Week of Law 162. “Privacy correctness” is an interesting idea. I’m generally impressed at how far we’ve come in at least considering the issue since the original Facebook privacy controversy in the Spring of 2010.