Did Mark Zuckerberg actually create Face Mash, a website which allowed users to vote the attractiveness of various university women next to one another? According to Wikipedia: Mark Zuckerberg wrote Facemash, the predecessor to Facebook, on October 28, 2003, while attending Harvard as a sophomore. To accomplish this, Zuckerberg hacked into the protected areas of Harvard’s computer network and copied the houses’ private dormitory ID images.
Harvard at that time did not have a student directory with photos and basic information, and the initial site generated 450 visitors and 22,000 photo-views in its first four hours online. The site was quickly forwarded to several campus group list-servers but was shut down a few days later by the Harvard administration.
The exterior shot is the Spee, not the Phoenix, and the interior shots are neither the Spee nor the Phoenix. They have the bouncer at the front who’s got an ear piece waving in all those girls … There aren’t really buses of BU girls that come in.
According to David Kirkpatrick’s book The Facebook Effect:“[Sean] had rented a house right by the beach with several friends, including a young woman who was his assistant at the company.
That she wasn’t yet twenty-one would figure in Parker’s later difficulties.
One of those characters we never actually see; it’s an off-screen character.
In the other two cases it’s just there was no need to embarrass this person more.
How is that possible if Harvard only has 2,000 some odd students per graduating class?