Friday, 08 June 2012 08:13
Adorable portrait artist Hong Yi did this funny project in honor of Mr. Mark Zuckerberg himself. Timelapse footage shows her create the portrait from start to finish by strategically cutting the edges of 36 books. Very impressive. Enjoy.
Published in Videos
Sunday, 20 May 2012 15:21
Mark Zuckerberg is having the best week ever. And not only because dude is now worth around $20 billion. Facebook's co-founder and CEO today jumped the broom with his longtime girlfriend Priscilla Chan.The news broke when Zuckerberg changed his relationship status to Married and posted a photo of him and Chan, now Mrs. Zuckerberg, in traditional wedding garb—him in a suit and tie, her in a white wedding dress—on his Facebook page.The marriage took place just one day after Facebook's history IPO which raised $16 billion and increased the company's valuation to $104 billion, making it the largest Internet company IPO in history. We'll exhibit some class and not make a prenup joke.
Published in Sex & Relationships
Wednesday, 01 February 2012 13:12
The time is ripe as Facebook announces a massive $5 billion IPO. There was little surprise as to if but rather when the most revolutionary start-up of our generation would make the leap into the public domain.
The S-1 filing will as you imagine make many people extremely wealthy with founder Mark Zuckerberg leading the charge with his 28.2% stake, which based on a suggested $100 billion USD valuation by many accounts puts Zuckerberg’s wealth at over $28 billion. [Read More]
Wednesday, 07 December 2011 16:13
Thursday, 08 September 2011 14:24
Remember Facebook’s $100 billion evaluation? Sure the company may eventually be worth that much, but in the here and now, the company hasn’t exactly been turning Goldman Sachs-level profits selling our personal info against ads until now. [Read More]
Published in Technology
Wednesday, 13 April 2011 15:11
Damn, can Mark Zuckerberg live? No sooner had a federal appeals court tossed out the most recent legal attack from the Winklevoss Twins than another skeleton in Zuck's closet, Paul Ceglia, launched his second lawsuit against the Facebook founder, Business Insider reports.
Paul Ceglia first sued Mark Zuckerberg back in July of last year claiming that, because of an initial investment of $2,000, Zuckerberg agreed to give him 50% ownership of the company that became Facebook. The case was thrown out due to lack of evidence. Now, nearly a year later, Ceglia, who has a criminal record that includes charges of fraud, is back with a new law firm (DLA Piper), new lawsuit and new evidence to back up his claim. [Read More]
[via Business Insider]