Mar 27, 2016 at 05:04 o\clock

Mark Zuckerberg Shares 'Fierce' Photo Of Pregnant Wife Priscilla Chan

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared a touching photo of himself and his wife, Priscilla Chan, who is pregnant with the couple's first child.

Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz took - Liv Aguilera - the portrait.

"I love her expression: intense yet kind, fierce yet loving, leading yet always supporting others," Zuckerberg wrote on Facebook.

Zuckerberg and Chan are expecting a girl.

The couple announced thepregnancy in July and opened up about the three miscarriages Chan has had in the past.

"You feel so hopeful when you learn you're going to have a child," Zuckerberg wrote. "You start imagining who they'll become and dreaming of hopes for their future. You start making plans, and then they're gone. It's a lonely experience."

Zuckerberg and Chan met at Harvard, and tied the knot in 2012.

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Mar 26, 2016 at 12:20 o\clock

How to get banned from SheToldMe - By TravisAitch ;-)

2010-02-25 6:44 am PST

Ok so I can't figure out why I can't log onto SheToldMe. I haven't been on in a while and I have been trying all kinds of possible usernames and password combinations that I might have used and it's not recognizing any of them, not even my e-mail.

The thing is I was kinda using SheToldMe as a guinea pig and I think it bit me in the butt. I wanted to see how a 4% keyword density would do on a 100-word summary. They ranked well while they were still new and fresh, but I haven't been able to find any lately. I didn't think much of it. Then I just tried to get on to get some link juice for my newest article that didnt rank nearly as well as I expected, and I can't seem to log on. So I'm just assuming my account got

So, for future reference...4% keyword density is probably waytoo much foryour descriptions on social bookmarking sites, or at least SheToldMe...oh well. Maybe I'll be able to make a 2nd account. lol.

2010-02-25 7:36 am PST

hm....I've never touched SheToldMe, Travis....

....I have seen the owner openly promote the site elsewhere....

the 100% adsense revenue share is great, but, growth seems to be very very miniscule compared to Info Barrel, and similar websites...

2010-02-25 7:58 am PST

Yea, I knew they were pretty weak and that's pretty much why I chose them to experiment with. I'm not upset about it at all, I think it's funny. :-)

2010-02-25 8:07 am PST

I tried to register but could not find where to put password in. So thinking I had stuffed up I started again.

And redid it but still no password.

The I got an email to say I was not accepted. I told them what happened and they said I could redo it and they would reconsider.

But I thought If dey don wana me that too bad. So did not bother going back.

2010-02-25 9:53 am PST

Actually I found the admin to be really nice. Several times I needed help and he responded just the way I hoped an admin would. 4% keyword density should actually be all right . . . . but you might try contacting him and seeing what he says. Of course, you have to factor in my approach in the matter; it's my theory that no-one can forever resist a planned campaign of determined cheerfulness and politeness.

2010-02-25 1:20 pm PST


I agree with classicalgeek, I dont think they would ban you for that. If you want to still use the sight I would contact the owner, he is really helpful. Did you find that She Told Me worked after the few first days that your articles ranked well, or was that short lived? I've wondered how good the backlinks are and have wanted to use it more but havn't put much effort into using She Told Me only because the summary length you have to write is longer than Xomba so I'd rather just use Xomba, and Xomba has proven to be great for backlinks, at least for me.

2010-02-25 2:09 pm PST


I have never been able to log into shetoldme with IE only with FF???? Strange, but true. Just a thought, have you tried a different browser?

2010-02-25 3:20 pm PST

Ok guys, it's not that hard!! :)

When you sign up for it though you WILL get rejected if you don't fill in the little information bit about yourself. Also, if you get rejected just sign up with a new email and user name. The first time I signed up there I forgot the info part, so I just used another email/name. No problem!

Travis - it sounds like a glitch. I don't think 4% is bad and I'd be really surprised if they booted ya for that if it was. It actually seems like a pretty lenient site as long as you follow Google guidelines if you're using your adsense.

I have a blog about SheToldMe. It's been super helpful for me though not a whole lot of money. But, I have earned there. And, since I only use them for back links, I think the earnings comparison is not bad. I am still not earning well here.

2010-02-25 4:23 pm PST


yes, my SheToldMe would do good for the first few days and then I noticed it would drop off completely and I do like Xomba better for the same reasons you do. I submitted my new article today to Digg, Mixx, StumbleUpon, and a Xomblurb, and the Xomblurb is the only one that showed up on the first 3 pages. My InfoBarrel itself ended up on the 15th page which was not what I was expecting at all, almost all of my InfoBarrels have been ranking well but this one had more competetion on the topic than I anticipated so I needed backlinks bad.


I just got this new awesome computer (Windows 7) and haven't tried using FireFox yet, maybe I'll download it sometime but right now this IE is pretty nice. I never had a problem getting on SheToldMe on my old computer and that used IE8 also. So I don't know...but it has been a while since I tried.


thanks for the tips, I didn't think 4% was bad either but I don't know, hopefully you're right. But I'm not sweating it too much. I'll try again here soon probably.

2010-02-25 5:40 pm PST

Travis ,

it's funny you say that because I just got a new computer with Windows 7 and that's when I couldn't sign on using IE.Then I downloaded FF and - - have no problems. I just tried signing on using IE and couldn't, but signed right on with FF. Glitch????

2010-02-25 7:41 pm PST

Hmm...what a coinkydink. It must have something to do with Windows 7...I wonder what would cause that? I can't think of why that would matter...but it clearly looks like that's the issue.

I'll probably try geting firefox anyway, now that I gotta nice clean slate with no viruses. My last computer stopped letting me use firefox after a while and I could never figure out why.

Off topic, but have you usedyour Windows Media Center yet? I just noticed it a little bit ago and it looks awesome! I need to get me a TV tuner so I canactually use it. It has live TV, internet TV, movies, all kinds of stuff. It looks great but I don't know if I can use any of it till I get a TV tuner.

2010-02-25 10:57 pm PST

Kristara and Travis,

I also just got a new laptop with Windows 7, I had to stop using ie because the back button always froze it was really annoying so now I only use FF, anyways I just tried to log on to She Told Me through ie and it worked fine for me, weird!

2010-02-26 2:58 am PST

Hmmm...wierd...Well I dunno if it matters but I got a HP Compaq Presario....Kristara, do you happen to have the same computer as me?

2010-02-26 5:18 am PST

Mine is an HP Pavillion. Windows 7 has some cool stuff. I like the tab idea on the bottom. I'm sure I need to take the tutorial thing to see what I'm missing out on because I know it's a lot. I was looking through my programs and saw something about watching tv. I need to investigate what kind of power I'm holding!

2010-02-26 5:51 am PST

JP, you need to find the program called "Windows Media Center", it's different than Windows Media Player. It's the one with al lthe cool TV and movie stuff.

I like the tabs. I like the post-it notes (I used them for my last article), the snipper tool is pretty swank, saves you a lot of time on doing screen shots for sure.

I thought I remember on one of the commercials for Windows 7 the guy was talking about how you can have 2 tabs open at the same time and split them in half. I still haven't figured out how to do that yet, but that would come in really handy writing articles.

2010-02-26 10:08 am PST


I have the HP Pavillion. Windows 7, Intel I3 processor, pretty cool stuff. I haven't checked out the media center yet.

2010-02-26 12:57 pm PST

I actually like the admin at SheToldMe. He banned my account once due to an oversight on my part (I bookmarked an article with "Sex" in the title. Which he thought was an adult content article). Got a quick apology and all is well with the world :D.

2010-02-27 10:25 am PST

@Kristara -

I notice you have tons of scoops listed on I just got approved today and submitted a handful. Are you seeing any revenue from them? I'm really looking at it more as link building, but making a few extra bucks would be great, too!

@ Peoplescontent -

I'm glad the admins are so personable at That's one of the main reasons I like Info Barrel so much.

2010-02-27 5:43 pm PST

Just so everyone knows, I dont mean to bash SheToldMe with my posts. I think it's a good site and I can tell the owner is a cool laid back guy just by the way he words his stuff in the rules section and everything. Seems like a real down to earth guy who's not trying to act superiorto his userslike you see on a lot of other sites.

2010-02-28 2:24 am PST

I think every time ms windows comes up with a new program It always always always has problems until they iron outthe bugs I would not even touch it.

It was the same with xp vista and now this. so often it would not work with many older programs. give it six to 12 months and it will come good, and by then they will bring outa new one and then it starts all ov er again. I had vista on mine and went back to xp with both computers much more secure. although I know I will have to upgrade soon as they will not recognise it. ev entually

Mar 23, 2016 at 01:18 o\clock

YouTube under fire for adult content in kids app

Consumer groups have dug up these adult-themed videos buried among the cartoons, silly songs and science explainers in the YouTube Kids mobile app.

Concerned that the videos could be dangerous or disturbing to children, the groups have updated a complaint asking the FTC to investigate the app for unfair and deceptive business practices. The original complaint, filed in April, went after Google-owned YouTube for including ads mixed with content. The groups also object to the inclusion of unboxing videos, which show people opening new toys or gadgets.

The videos have not led to a rash of noose tying, wine-swilling, profanity-spewing toddlers. A handful of parents did leave negative reviews of the YouTube app after their children found inappropriate videos. However, the most egregious examples were first compiled by adults -- specifically by a company that makes a competing product called KidKam.

Google criticized for YouTube Kids app

"It's clear that Google is engaged in deceptive marketing when it tells parents that YouTube Kids is a safe place to explore," said Josh Golin, who works for the Campaign for - Kristina Rose - a Commercial-Free Childhood, one of the watchdog groups behind the complaint.

"Particularly concerning are videos that present adult content in cartoons or using familiar children's characters such as an expletive-laced parody of the film Casino using Bert and Ernie," said Golin.

Other videos the groups managed to dig up include a talk show host mentioning marijuana, a TED talk on suicide, Sarah Jessica Parker in a revealing skirt, and a dance lesson that includes a crotch grab.

YouTube has a new app just for kids

Google (GOOG) released the Android and iOS app in February. It has a simplified design with big, kid-friendly buttons and no comments. Popular kid channels and content are highlighted on the main screen. Finding edgier clips requires using the app's search tool for terms that aren't blocked.

Instead of handpicking what videos show up in the app, YouTube relies on a combination of automated filtering and user flagging to remove inappropriate content.

"We work to make the videos in YouTube Kids as family-friendly as possible and take feedback very seriously," said a Google spokesperson in a statement. "We appreciate people drawing problematic content to our attention, and make it possible for anyone to flag a video. Flagged videos are manually reviewed 24/7 and any videos that don't belong in the app are removed."

Google is blocking the inappropriate videos that are flagged, but the CCFC wants YouTube to switch to a pre-filtered approach, where each video is approved before it can appear in the app. That approach is typical for TV channels, but would be a huge undertaking for YouTube, which is working with a vast library of videos.

Google says concerned parents can turn off the search feature in the app's settings.

CNNMoney (New York) First published May 19, 2015: 3:50 PM ET