Mark Zuckerberg Q&A: 10 questions we wish the Facebook CEO had answered
It was Town Hall time on Facebook. In a surprise Q&A session on his profile page, Mark Zuckerberg answered queries from regular Facebook users. Some of the questions were posed by billionaires and entrepreneurs like Richard Branson and celebrities like singer Shakira.
Here’s what he said:
On net neutrality:
For people who are not on the Internet though, having some connectivity and some ability to share is always much better than having no ability to connect and share at all. That’s why programmes like Internet.org are important and can co-exist with net neutrality regulations.
About his work life:
If you count the time I’m in the office, it’s probably no more than 50-60 hours a week. But if you count all the time I’m focused on our mission, that’s basically my whole life.
On his choice of books
I read both, but probably more non-fiction than fiction. I’m actually currently reading a great fiction book called Orwell’s Revenge (in addition to the books I’m reading for my A Year of Books challenge).
On his secret of success
Don’t give up!
If you thought these questions on issues ranging from the serious to the more personal were interesting, here’s a look at 10 hilarious questions we wish Zuckerberg had answered.
1. Can Facebook have a dislike button?
2. Why does the Facebook creator wear the same grey T-shirt everyday?
3. Do u spy on your wife’s Facebook account ?
4. Can I have $10,000?
5. Do you break open a can of beer every time Facebook has a new user?
6. What is the point of the poke button?
7. Do you ever find yourself scrolling down your newsfeed on Facebook and forget for a split second that you created this website?
8. Have you seen “The Social Network”?
9. Would you PLEASE stop changing my news feed option? I’m a grown up and can decide “top stories” for myself.
10. A million dollar one – do you use WhatsApp or Facebook messenger?
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