Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.
If you're not for Donald Trump, you're against him.
You're also likely either a slob, a moron, an idiot or a loser.
Please, these are not my epithets. You know where they come from.
The Donald, as the Republican presidential hopeful is currently known, has a new enemy to go along with the likes of journalist Megyn Kelly, Sen. John McCain and, oh, all the others.
This time it's Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Zuckerberg, you see, has fallen foul of Trump's immigration policy. It's not that he has publicly come out against Trump's proposals to end birthright citizenship or build a wall to keep Mexicans out of the US. It's that Zuckerberg supports an expansion of the H-1B visa program, which allows companies to hire skilled workers from other countries.
Zuckerberg leads a political action group called Fwd.us. It describes the US immigration system as " broken." It wants more H1-B visas granted, purportedly because tech companies can't find good employees in the US.
However, Trump believes there are plenty of American workers who could take on tech jobs. The reason, he says, that Zuckerberg supports more H1-B visas is because foreign workers are cheaper.
Instead, Trump wants these jobs offered to American workers first. He said in his immigration plan: "This will improve the number of black, Hispanic and female workers in Silicon Valley who have been passed over in favor of the H-1B program. Mark Zuckerberg's personal Senator, Marco Rubio, has a bill to triple H-1Bs that would decimate women and minorities."
Silicon Valley doesn't exactly shine when it comes to hiring women and minorities. Major tech companies, including Facebook, Twitter and Google, over the last year have published reports on their workforce -- which show their employees are predominantly white and male. They promised to improve diversity. One could describe improvements so far as modest. The workforce in Silicon Valley remains largely white and male.
Trump says: "We graduate two times more Americans with STEM degrees each year than find STEM jobs, yet as much as two-thirds of entry-level hiring for IT jobs is accomplished through the H-1B program."
Of course, some of those who graduate with science or technology degrees decide they'd rather not work in science or technology.
Facebook did not respond to a request for comment.
With Trump leading in the polls and some even seriously believing he could be the nominee, you might imagine that all those whom he has criticized could form their own political party and run against him.
The fact that he personally singled out Zuckerberg, though, might also reflect a tinge of envy.
Trump does love being front and center of a camera. And it's not as if Aaron Sorkin (who wrote the screenplay for "The Social Network") has bothered to pen a movie about Trump, is it? At least not yet.