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Daily Tech: Mark Zuckerberg Gets Grilled at SXSW

  • Check out footage from the Sarah Lacy/Mark Zuckerberg interview from SXSW this past weekend. Things went from bad to worse. — ValleyWag
  • A new BlackBerry social networking site called Dipdive focuses on politics and, more specifically, on presidential candidate Barack Obama. — BB Geeks
  • AT&T is now offering an unlimited calling plan for the iPhone, which costs $120. — IntoMobile
  • With LogMeIn Free, you can connect to your PC from any other PC for free. — Crave
  • What would be the best iPhone application ever? A LEGO-touch app, which allows you to build LEGO creations on your phone. — Core77
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lattegoodness lattegoodness 8 years
I didn't think he came off bad at all. Perhaps a little socially awkward, but what do you expect from a geeky billionaire? Come on! I think the interviewer was so annoyingly obsequious and flirty, giggling every other second and it just got on Mark and most everyone in the audience's nerves. It did mine too.
calamari calamari 8 years
I've never seen a good interview with Mark Zuckerberg. He's really young for a CEO and I just don't think he is very good at public speaking. The problem is that when Mark Zuckerberg comes off looking bad, then his company looks bad.
coolgurl24 coolgurl24 8 years
$120 a month...for a cell phone plan??! *faints* :D
TidalWave TidalWave 8 years
hehe i found one!
TidalWave TidalWave 8 years
is there a transcript of the interview anywhere?(no sound at work)
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