is the disjunct between real Zuckerberg and fake Zuckerberg: the movie places him in the Roman world of betrayal and excess, but the real Zuckerberg may belong in the Greek, perhaps with the Stoics (eliminating desire?). Because everybody liked the movie. Mark: You dont have to study. This despite the fact that I can say (like everyone else on Harvards campus in the fall of 2003) that I was there at Facebooks inception, and remember Facemash and the fuss it caused; also that tiny, exquisite movie star trailed by fan-boys through the.
The real Zuckerberg is much more like his website, on each page of which, once upon a time (2004 he emblazoned the legend: A Mark Zuckerberg Production. In real life we can be all these people on our own terms, in our own way, with whom we choose. He uses the word connect as believers use the word Jesus, as if it were sacred in and of itself: So the idea is really that, um, the site helps everyone connect with people and share information with the people they want to stay connected. Connection is the goal. Its that kind of kid were dealing with, the kind who research papers antibacterial soaps would never screw a groupie in a bar toiletas happens in the movieor leave his doctor girlfriend for a Victorias Secret model. Its music video stuffthe art form in which my not-quite generation truly excelsand it demonstrates the knack for hyperreality that made Finchers Fight Club so compelling while rendering the real world, for so many of his fans, always something of a disappointment. If we really wanted to write to these faraway people, or see them, we would. We know this guy. Merrick Morton/Columbia Pictures Jesse Eisenberg in The Social Network If its not for money and its not for girlswhat is it for? At my screening, blocks from NYU, the audience thrilled with intimate identification.