Mark Zuckerberg’s sister has defended her decision to publish two children’s books encouraging people to stay away from social media – even if it doesn’t with her brother’s business plan.
Randi Zuckerberg, 31, worked at Facebook in its formative years, serving as marketing director for six years before leaving in 2011 to strike out on her own…
Since leaving Facebook in 2011 she has formed Zuckerberg Media, a media and production company that so far has a failed Silicon Valley reality show under its belt, had a child and produced the two books based on her ruminations on lifestyle and technology.
The sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has written a children’s book about a little girl who discovers the joys of life away from her computer.
Randi Zuckerberg, 31, was inspired to write the book Dot after worrying about her own son’s future.
“Life’s a little bit richer when you look up from the screen,” Ms Zuckerberg writes on her blog.
“As I watch my two-year-old begin to discover technology, I feel certain that this is an important message to share with a younger audience.”