Mark Zuckerberg is co-founder of the wonderful, frustrating, entertaining, vexing social media site Facebook.com. Uploaded by computerwoche.de.
If you had to have three words to describe you, what would they be? For me, it might be, “Writes that blog.” I think I’d trade that for Mark Zuckerberg’s: “World’s youngest billionaire,” a title he achieved back in 2008.
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Zuckerberg is the co-founder and CEO of Facebook, that wonderful, frustrating, entertaining, vexing social media site. We don’t know that he is afflicted with ADD, though you’d certainly get that impression if you’re a regular Facebook user. If you saw the film The Social Network, you know the Hollywood version of Facebook’s founding. For a more accurate telling, read The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That Is Connecting the World by David Kirkpatrick.
Zuckerberg’s creation has allowed old friends, apart for decades, to reconnect. And it lets self-absorbed people tell you all the mundane, uninteresting details of their daily lives. On the whole, it’s a net positive. Now, Mark, would you just leave it alone for a while? Huh? Please?
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