Objects & Places from The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook

Ben Mezrich
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Object Descriptions

Harvard University - The co-founders of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo Saverin, were students at this institution when they met in 2003.

Facemash.com - This site was populated with photos obtained by hacking into Harvard's computer system and downloading photos of all the students.

Thefacebook - Eduardo Saverin invested $1,000 in this social networking site created by Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook - This site was created by Mark Zuckerberg in his dorm room at Harvard University. The social networking site expanded so rapidly that it become a genuine phenomenon and was worth hundreds of millions of dollars after just one year of operation.

The Harvard Connection - The Winklevoss twins recruited Mark Zuckerberg to develop this social networking site.

Silicon Valley - After Mark Zuckerberg met Sean Parker, he was convinced that he and the Facebook team needed to relocate to this area, the capital of the AI world.

Napster - While...

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