14 thoughts on “CHM Revolutionaries: Facebook Effect- Author David Kirkpatrick & FB’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg

  1. @LKRaider yea especially in this interview it seems like that. The guy poses some really good questions too..the guy on the right.

  2. Yes. I do agree with you because I have seen lots of his interviews. I feel the same what you felt. He never miss this word on interviews." Connect People"

  3. ppl also use social media to voice their opinions too like what you are doing here. social media is an integrated part of our modern lives. just learn to live with it.

  4. I hope you are wrong. I really hope you are, but its been deleted out of my routine. For now, that is as best I can do. Maybe, this is going to set the stage for some huge showdown in the courts, and then Facebook is going to be deleted.

  5. Zuckerberg seems very average to me — just a kid who made a website that allows people to post a lot of dumb stuff — nothing innovative about that

  6. mark rocks. He is a programmer and he does not understand such questions being in charge of a country and shit like this. He is a kid that wants to change the world

  7. I think he believes in the things he is saying. But he is also so naive its just scary. If he believes the thing he created for good, doesnt draw atention from people and gouverments who see how all this info can be used for awfull things and are way more powerfull then he will ever be he is the biggest idiot on the planet. Facebook is the biggest database of personal information ever put together. Advertising should be te least of peoples concerns in my opinion.

  8. Where's his great innovation, the site hasn't changed for the last 6 years! Just a dumb free text, photo and video service, dunno how he managed to brain wash billion people to waste their time posting BS!

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