The key question on everyone’s lips after the world’s most powerful man and — yes! — President Obama meet in San Francisco Thursday? Will they ‘like’ each other?
“Two men in a room” it may be, but Tom Hooper’s movie starring Colin Firth as King George VI overcoming a stammer looks unstoppable this awards season. Next and final stop: The Oscars. (via TIME)
We thought stalkers went after hot celebrities, not nerdy, awkward, billionaire Internet types.
Which presumably means that William Henry Gates, Sr., started Microsoft and Samuel Edison popularized the electric light bulb.
The Facebook CEO may appear alongside his Oscar-nominated impersonator tonight at 30 Rock. (via Techland)
In honor of MLK Day, we bring you a dancing man and a vial of the late Pope’s blood.
David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin’s masterful retelling of what might have gone down in the early days of Facebook is heading back to a theater near you. And the reason why could be as devilish as the machinations that allegedly …
TIME magazine recently named Mark Zuckerberg the second-youngest “Person of the Year” in the publication’s history. As part of the POY coverage, our colleagues were allowed into the brain of Facebook.
It’s 11:30 a.m. on a Wednesday morning. While average users flock to their Facebook account to brush up on the latest news stories or profile updates, the Facebook team in Palo Alto, Calif. conducts some serious business.
In a twisted turn of karmic legal events, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, the 29-year-old twins who succeeded in extracting a reported $65 million from Facebook CEO (and TIME’s 2010 Person of the Year) Mark Zuckerberg, are now …
So if you were second youngest person to ever be named TIME’s Person of the Year, and the inventor of Facebook, where would you break the news? (Hint: Wait, you need a hint?)