Mark E. Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of facebook.com, dropped in for some on-campus recruiting and announced he would be dropping out of Harvard indefinitely yesterday afternoon.
Following in the footsteps of Microsoft tycoon and former Harvard student Bill Gates, Zuckerberg has chosen computers over campus life.
“I’m not coming back,” he said. Facebook.com spokesman Chris R. Hughes ’06 left open the possibility that Zuckerberg might return several years down the road.
— The Harvard Crimson (x)
Of course it’s Chris who initially tells Mark to keep his options open.
*applies to harvard as a joke* *harvard accepts me as a joke* *enrolls at harvard as a joke* *graduate with a business degree as a joke* *starts an extremely successful business as a joke* *creates empire for myself as a joke* *enters the press conference of my life* *leans close to microphone* just kidding *goes home*
Drop “The”. Just Facebook. It’s cleaner.
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