Daily Feed: Mark Zuckerberg: I Would Have Stayed in Boston

Mark Zuckerberg’s Time Machine: I Would Have Stayed in Boston. “If I were starting now I would do things very differently. I didn’t know anything. In Silicon Valley, you get this feeling that you have to be out here. But it’s not the only place to be. If I were starting now, I would have stayed in Boston. [Silicon Valley] is a little short-term focused and that bothers me.” [TechCrunch]

Snow Causes Thousands of Power Outages in Massachusetts. The snow-related quote of the day goes to Bill Simpson, of the National Weather Service: “Fifteen thousand years ago, in the Ice Age, I’m sure they had more snow. But for the modern day, this is unbelievable.” At least he stopped short of calling it “Snowtober.” [Boston.com]

Four of the Creepiest Magazine Stories Ever Published. Happy Halloween! [Slate]

World Population Hits 7 Billion. Today is the ceremonial day for the world’s population reaching 7 billion, marked by countries around the world with gifts, cake, and the warnings of overpopulation. [MSNBC]

It’s a Sorry Day in New England, Thanks to the Pittsburgh Steelers / LaMarr Woodley. To date, the Pats’ two losses have come from Buffalo and Pittsburgh, the latter seeming at least less hard to swallow just because, seriously, Buffalo? But what makes yesterday’s loss still so difficult to choke down is that the Pats looked like they had the general overall organization of a pee-wee team. “It wasn’t our best day out there,’’ said Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, following the loss. No kidding, Tom. [NFL]

Rezwan Ferdaus Due in Court For Bail Hearing. Certainly, you remember Ferdaus, the gem who allegedly plotted to blow up U.S. buildings with miniature, remote-controlled airplanes loaded with explosives. [Boston Herald]