The new age babble that too often passes as profound pronouncements from Silicon Valley's storied entrepreneurs hit a milestone on the road to inanity last week when Mark Zuckerberg rallied the masses at Meta, the rebranded Facebook. Zuckerberg didn't credit Mr. Rogers in prefacing his inspirational note to all hands. But he must have had the be-sweatered icon's sayings for six-year-olds in mind when he wrote to his "Metamates," aka his employees, encouraging them to be nice to each other while vowing they would build "awesome things."
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