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Person of the Year
The Internet has it handled.
While TIME’s annual Person of the Year unveiling is a carefully choreographed dance with a secretive, often unpredictable result, this year TIME decided to narrow the field and reveal its shortlist — just one day before the …
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Every year, we field criticism and praise for our pick of the most influential Person of the Year. According to Twitter, these were the most common reactions to our selection this year.
The Turkish Prime Minister was the most popular — and the least popular — in our annual online poll.
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As the seasons rise and fall and the calendar pages fall away, the news cycle continues to churn without fail.
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?)