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The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 28, 29 and 30 Summary

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Chapters 28, 29 and 30 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 28: April 3, 2005

Eduardo was looking forward to the end of school. With less than two months to go, he had it very easy. He didn't even have to go to class, merely had to pass the finals. Then he'd be ready for the real world. Of course, what Mark and the others were doing in California didn't seem like the real world. Facebook was now on its way to three million members. Facebook was everywhere in all the schools, in the newspapers, and on TV. Mark hadn't contacted him much over the last few months. Eduardo developed a job-hunting website called Jaboozle in his free time. Mark sent an email asking Eduardo to attend an important meeting with a new hire that he was supposed to train. Mark also mentioned in his message that some big-name venture capital funds had been circling the...

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