Here he talked about fighting inequality, strengthening the global community and also how the future generation can bring goal to the world. Just hours before Zuckerberg was scheduled to give his commencement speech, Harvard's student newspaper The Harvard Crimson was apparently hacked to mock the Facebook CEO with a slew of fake headlines and awkwardly edited photos. He recalled it as the "best memory from Harvard". He said in a post that he will "share what [he's] learned about our generation and the world we're all building together" in his commencement speech. I bet them I'd get a degree. He called for graduates to find their sense of goal and to help others find their sense of objective and even said that he should pay to help others and so should the Harvard graduates who are successful and do well. He delivered commencement speech that expressed his vision of objective of life. "Few inventions in modern times can rival Facebook in its far-reaching impact on how people around the globe interact with one another", Harvard President Drew Faust said in a news release. I was playing Civilization and I ran downstairs, got my dad, and for some reason, his reaction was to video me opening the email. That could have been a really sad video.
Some more mysterious highlights from the closed-captioning fail included "But I sweaea gtiti io Harvard is the thing my parents", and "He wasn't feelingorryoror".
The similarity in tone was likely not accident: Zuckerberg, who ditched the hoodie for a presidential suit, put forth ideas all shared by the president, and used phraseology and vocal rhythms similar him, too. "I'm getting kicked out in three days so we need to go on a date quickly", he told her.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has set out his political stall during a headline speech at Harvard in which the social media pioneer criticised the global ascendancy of nationalism and authoritarianism.
Facebook - now one of the biggest tech firms, with almost two billion members worldwide - grew out of a website he created on campus.
Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg at the 2014 Breakthrough Prize Awards in Mountain View, California. And today the couple has been married for five years, blessed with a daughter Max and are soon expecting their second child. They have a daughter named Maxima born on November 30, 2015.