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The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 13 and 14 Summary

Ben Mezrich
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Chapters 13 and 14 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 13: February 4, 2004

Mark worked round the clock on thefacebook. Finally, he was adding a final touch to their site—all the debugging had been completed. The design was simple yet alluring. The users would be able to complete their own bios, add their photos, poke into other people's profiles to indicate interest in another person, invite people as friends, list what they were "looking for," their relationship status and what they were interested in. Facebook would mimic college life and just as in college, the site would contain an undercurrent of sex.

Starting out the site would be limited to Harvard students, making it classy, exclusive and a trustworthy place that would insure privacy. Eduardo looked over Mark's shoulder as he worked. The opening page was clean and simplistic - no annoying bells and whistles. "A Mark Zuckerberg Production" appeared on every...

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