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What would you like to do?
The Social Network subtitle
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Credit to: Sakti Tandi [1st Indonesian-Script]
English. Subs. and. Re-Sync. by npdv-iD
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You know there are more people
with genius IQ living in China
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than they're people of any
kind living in United States.
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That can't be possible be true.
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That is.
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What would account for that?
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First, awful lot people living in China.
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But, here's my question.
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How do you distinguish yourself than
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population of people who
all got 1600 under SAT's?
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- I didn't know they take SAT's in China.
- They don't.
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I wasn't talkin' about China anymore.
I was talkin' about me.
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You got 1600?
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Yes. I can sing in a Capella group,
but I can't sing.
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Does that mean you
actually got nothing wrong?
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I could row crew or invent a 25 dollar PC.
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- Or you get into the "Final Club"?
- Or I get into the "Final Club".
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You know, from women perspective...
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Sometimes, not singing in an
a Capella group is a good thing.
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This is serious.
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On the other hand,
I do like a row crew.
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Well, I can't do that.
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I was kidding.
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Yes, I got nothing wrong in test.
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Have you ever tried?
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I'm trying right now.
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To row crew?
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Gettin' into "Final Club". To row crew? No!
Are you like... whatever, delusional?
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Maybe, sometimes you said 2 things at once,
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I'm not sure which one I
suppose to be aiming at...
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But you seen guys who row crew, right?
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No.
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Ok, well, they bigger than me.
They world class athlete.
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Like a second ago you said
you like guys who row crew.
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So I assumed you've met one.
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I guess, I just meant like the idea of it,
you know the way a girl likes cowboys.
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Ok.
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Should we get something to eat?
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Would you like to talk about something else?
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No, it just that since the beginning of
the conversation about the "Finals Club"
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I think I may have miss a birthday.
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There are really more people in
China with genius IQ's than entire...
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"Phoenix" is the most diverse.
The "Fry Club", Roosevelt punched the porc.
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Which one?
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"The Porcellian, the Porc,
it's the best of the best"
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Which Roosevelt?
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Theodore
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Is it true they send a bus
around to pick up the girls?
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Who wanna party with next phoenix chairman.
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So you can see why it's
so important to get in.
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Well, which is the easiest to get into?
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Why would you ask me that?
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I was just asking.
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None of them.
That's the point.
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My friend, Eduardo made $300.000
betting oil futures one summer.
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And Eduardo won't comes close to get in. The ability
to make money doesn't impress anybody around here.
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Must be nice.
He made $300.000 in a summer.
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He likes meteorology.
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You said it was oil futures.
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You can read the weather, you can
predict the price of heating oil.
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I think you ask me that because you think
the "Final Club" that's easiest to get into
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Is the one, where I'll have the best chance...
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What?
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You ask me which one is the easiest to get into
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Because you think that the one,
where I have the best chance.
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The one that the easiest is to get into,
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Would be the one where
anybody has the best chance.
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You didn't ask me which
one was the best one.
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You ask me which one was the easiest one.
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I was honestly just asking, ok...
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I was just asking to ask...
Mark, I'm not speaking in code.
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Erika,
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You obsesses with "Finals Clubs"
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You have "Finals Clubs"- OCD
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You need to see someone about it.
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who'll prescribe you some sort of medication
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You don't care if the side
effect may include blindness.
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"Final Clubs" not "Finals Clubs"
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And there's a difference between
being obsessed than being motivated.
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Yes, there is.
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Well, you do that, it's was cryptic,
so you do speaking code.
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I didn't mean to be cryptic.
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I'm just saying I need to do something substantial
in order to get the attention of the club.
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Why?
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Because they're exclusive and fun.
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And they lead to the better life.
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Teddy Roosevelt didn't get
elected for the president
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because he was member from "Phoenix" Club?
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He was a member of The
Porcellian, and yes he did.
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Why don't you just concentrate
on being the best you, you can be.
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Did you really just said that?
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I was kidding.
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I wanna try to be straight forward
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You might wanna be a little more supportive.
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If I get in I will be taking you to the events
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and the gatherings and will be meeting a
lot of people you won't normally get to meet.
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You would do that for me?
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We're dating.
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Ok, well I wanna try and be straight forward
even let you know that we're not anymore.
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What you mean?
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We're not dating anymore.
I'm sorry.
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This is a joke?
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No, it's not.
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You're breaking up with me?
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You gonna introduce me the people I
wouldn't normally have the chance to meet.
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What the f...
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- What is that supposed to mean?
- Wait, settle down.
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What is it supposed to mean?
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Erica, the reason we're able
to sit and drink right now,
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because you used to
sleep with the door guy.
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"The door guy" his name is Bobby.
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I have not slept with "the door guy".
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"The door guy" is a friend of mine.
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And he's the perfectly good class of people.
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And what part of Long Island you from?
Wimbledon?
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- Wait
- I'm going back to my dormy.
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- Wait, wait is this real?
- Yes.
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Ok, than wait, I apologize, ok...
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- I have to go study.
- Erika...
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- Yes?
- I'm sorry, I meant it.
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I appreciate that but
I have to go study.
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Come on.
You don't have to study.
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You don't have to study.
Let just talk.
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- I can't
- Why?
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Because it is exhausting.
Dating you is like dating a stairmaster.
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All I meant is that you not likely to...
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Currently, I wasn't making
a comment on you're parents.
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I was saying that you go to B.U. *Boston University*
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I was studying a fact.
That's all.
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If it's seem rude,
than of course I've to apologize.
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I have to go study.
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You don't have to study.
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Why you keep saying that
I don't need to study.
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Because you go to B.U.
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Wanna get some food?
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I'm sorry you're not sufficiently
impressed with my educations.
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I'm sorry, I don't have a row boat.
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- So we're even.
- I think we should just be friend.
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I don't want friends.
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I was just being polite. I have no
intention of being friends with you...
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I'm under some pressure
right now from my OS class.
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If could just order some food.
I think we should...
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Look, you will probably going to
be very successful computer person.
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You gonna go thru life thinking
that girls don't like you,
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Because you're a nerd...
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I want you know, from the bottom
of my heart that won't be true.
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It would be because you are an asshole.
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<i>Harvard University, Fall 2003</i>
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Kirkland House
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Erika Albright's a bitch
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You think that's because her family
changed their name from Albrecht?
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Or do you think because
all B.U. girls are bitches?
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For the record, she may look like a 34C.
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But she's getting all kind of help
from our friends at "Victoria's Secret"
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She's a 34B, as in
barely anything there.
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False Advertising.
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The truth is she has a nice face. I need
to do something to take my mind of her.
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Easy enough, except I need an idea.
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I'm a little intoxicated.
I'm not gonna lie.
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So, what if it's not even 10pm
and it's a Tuesday night?
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The Kirkland's facebook
is open on my desktop
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And somebody of these people with
pretty horrendous facebook pics.
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Billy Olsen's sitting here had the idea,
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putting some of the picture
next to picture of farm animal,
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and have people vote who's hotter.
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Good call, Mr. Olsen!
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Yeah, it's on.
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I'm not gonna do the farm animal but I
like the idea of comparing two people together.
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It gives the whole thing a very "Turing" feel since
people's rating of the picture is more implicit...
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Than say, choosing a number to represent each
person's hotness like they do on hotornot. com
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The first thing we're going
to need is a lot of picture
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Unfortunately, Harvard doesn't
keep a public centralized facebook,
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So I'm going to get all the images from
the individual houses that people are in,
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Let the hacking begin!
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First up is Kirkland, they keep everything open
and allow indexes in their Apache configuration,
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So a little wget magic is all that's necessary
to download the entire Kirkland facebook.
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Kid's stuff.
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Next is Eliot. They're also open,
but with no indexes in Apache.
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I can run an empty search and it returns all
of the images in the database in a single page.
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Then I can save the page and Mozilla will save all
the images for me. Excellent. Moving right along.
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Excellent.
Moving right along.
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Excuse me, everybody...
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You're in one of the oldest, one of the most
exclusive club, not just Harvard but in the world.
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Now, I wanna welcome you all, The Phoenix
Club First Party of the fall semester.
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Lowell has some security they require
username/password combo.
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I'm gonna go ahead and says the don't have an access to main fas user database
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So they have no worry detecting an intrusion.
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Adams has no security but limit
the number of result to 20 of pages,
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All I need to do is to break up some
script I use on Lowell and reset.
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Quincy has no online facebook,
what a shame!
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Nothing I can do about that.
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Dunster is intense not only there's no public
directory but there's no directory at all.
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You have to do searches. And if you're search
return more than 20 matches, nothing's get return.
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Once you do get result, they
don't link directly to images.
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They link to PHP that
redirect to something.
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Weird! That's maybe difficult,
I'll come back later.
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- Hei, Mark!
- What?
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Great one.
Beautiful fish.
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Leverett is a little better.
They still make you search.
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But you can do an empty search and get
links to pages with every students pictures
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I slightly obnoxious that they only
let you view one picture at a time...
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There's no way I'm gonna go to 500
pages to download pics one at a time
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So it's definitely necessary to break
out emacs and modify that Perl script.
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Done.
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Hey, what's goin' on?
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Perfect timing.
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Eduardo is here and he is going
to have the key ingredients
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- Hey Mark,
- Eduardo...
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You and Erica split up?
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How did you know that?
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It's on your blog.
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Yeah.
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Are you alright?
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- I need you.
- I'm here for you.
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No, I need the algorithm you
use to rank chess players.
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Are you ok?
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We're ranking girls.
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- You mean others student.
- Yup.
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You think this such a good idea?
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I need the algorithm, alright.
I need the algorithm.
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Each girl base rating 1400.
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At any given time "Girl A" has a rating
R-a and "Girl B" has a rating R-b.
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When any 2 girls are matched up,
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there's an expectation of which will
win based on their current rating, right?
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And all those expectations
are express this way.
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Let's write it.
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The one on the left.
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The right.
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It works.
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Who should we send it first?
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- Dwyer
- Neal
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Who will you send it to?
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Just to couple of people.
Question is: who are they gonna send it to?
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Hey, guys check this out.
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Right or left.
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Look this hot.
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She's my room mate.
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00:14:21,971 --> 00:14:23,844
This is pathetic.
239
00:14:30,673 --> 00:14:33,239
Albright?
240
00:14:33,274 --> 00:14:35,434
He blog about you.
241
00:14:35,469 --> 00:14:38,377
You don't wanna read it.
242
00:14:43,933 --> 00:14:49,370
Erika, is this yours?
243
00:15:02,432 --> 00:15:04,705
Awful lot of traffic.
244
00:15:04,740 --> 00:15:09,447
You think maybe we should shut
it down before get into trouble.
245
00:15:17,734 --> 00:15:19,677
Hello?
246
00:15:19,712 --> 00:15:24,049
Wa-wait... what?
247
00:15:24,050 --> 00:15:24,826
At 4 in the morning?
248
00:15:24,861 --> 00:15:28,554
Well, this very an usual amount of
traffic to the switch of Kirkland.
249
00:15:28,589 --> 00:15:30,585
You're saying it's unusual
for 4 in the morning?
250
00:15:30,620 --> 00:15:34,081
No, this should be unusual
for half time at the superbowl.
251
00:15:34,116 --> 00:15:36,171
Alright.
252
00:15:38,856 --> 00:15:41,137
I'm gonna go in.
253
00:15:41,172 --> 00:15:42,390
What's goin' on?
254
00:15:42,425 --> 00:15:46,001
Harvard network is about to crash.
255
00:15:51,297 --> 00:15:54,240
You don't think...
256
00:15:54,275 --> 00:15:56,076
I do...
257
00:15:56,111 --> 00:15:59,996
Go to see if it's everybody...
258
00:16:04,075 --> 00:16:05,075
I can't comin'
259
00:16:06,778 --> 00:16:08,991
The network's down.
260
00:16:09,026 --> 00:16:11,304
Unless, it's coincidence,
I think this is us.
261
00:16:11,305 --> 00:16:12,524
It's not a coincidence.
262
00:16:13,126 --> 00:16:16,365
Holy shit...
263
00:16:18,855 --> 00:16:20,674
So you were called in front of the Ad Board.
264
00:16:20,709 --> 00:16:21,693
That's not what happen.
265
00:16:21,728 --> 00:16:23,900
You weren't called in front
of the Administrator Board?
266
00:16:23,935 --> 00:16:27,092
No, back, I mean... that's,
back at the bar with Erica Albright.
267
00:16:27,127 --> 00:16:29,517
She said all that?
That I said that stuff to her.
268
00:16:29,552 --> 00:16:31,465
I was reading from the
transcript for the deposition.
269
00:16:31,500 --> 00:16:33,343
Why we do even need to depose her?
270
00:16:33,378 --> 00:16:34,548
That really for us to decide.
271
00:16:34,583 --> 00:16:36,630
Miss, You think if I know she
can make me look like a jerk.
272
00:16:36,665 --> 00:16:38,281
- I'll be more likely to settle.
- Mark...
273
00:16:38,282 --> 00:16:40,499
Why don't we stretch our legs for
a minute, can we do that?
274
00:16:40,534 --> 00:16:41,835
It's been almost 3 hours.
275
00:16:41,836 --> 00:16:44,337
And frankly you did spend
awful lot of the time...
276
00:16:44,372 --> 00:16:47,034
Embarrassing Mr. Zuckerberg with
the girl's testimony from the bar.
277
00:16:47,069 --> 00:16:48,977
I'm not embarrassed.
She just made a lot that up.
278
00:16:49,012 --> 00:16:50,305
She was under oath.
279
00:16:50,340 --> 00:16:52,653
I guess there would be the first
time somebody's lies under oath.
280
00:17:03,904 --> 00:17:06,434
You got 22 hundred hits within 2 hours?
281
00:17:06,469 --> 00:17:09,985
- Thousands.
- What?
282
00:17:10,020 --> 00:17:14,605
Twenty-two *thousands*.
283
00:17:14,606 --> 00:17:15,606
WOW...
284
00:17:31,851 --> 00:17:34,945
These guys are pretty fast.
285
00:17:40,448 --> 00:17:43,363
Sure anybody make this a fair fight?
286
00:17:43,398 --> 00:17:45,202
Jump up and swim.
287
00:17:45,237 --> 00:17:47,615
I think we'd have to jump up and drowned.
288
00:17:47,616 --> 00:17:50,570
Or you could row forward,
I could row backward.
289
00:17:50,605 --> 00:17:54,129
We're genetically identical, science
says we'd stay in the one place.
290
00:17:54,130 --> 00:17:57,216
Just row the damn boat.
291
00:18:02,969 --> 00:18:05,174
- You guys here about this?
- What?
292
00:18:05,209 --> 00:18:09,045
Two nights ago, a sophomore shut
the network from laptop at Kirkland.
293
00:18:09,080 --> 00:18:11,612
- At 4AM.
- How?
294
00:18:11,647 --> 00:18:14,362
He set up a website, where you vote
on the hotness female undergrads.
295
00:18:14,997 --> 00:18:16,967
What were we doing that none
of us heard about this?
296
00:18:17,268 --> 00:18:20,270
I do not know, 3 hour
technical row before breakfast
297
00:18:20,471 --> 00:18:22,155
Full course load, studying.
298
00:18:22,156 --> 00:18:24,098
Another 3 hours in
the tank then studying.
299
00:18:24,099 --> 00:18:26,040
I'm not sure how we missed it.
300
00:18:26,075 --> 00:18:27,797
How much activity was on those thing?
301
00:18:27,832 --> 00:18:31,478
Twenty two thousands pages request.
302
00:18:31,513 --> 00:18:33,949
This guy hack the facebook from 7 houses.
303
00:18:33,984 --> 00:18:36,386
He set up the whole site in 1 night.
And he did it while he was drunk.
304
00:18:36,421 --> 00:18:38,010
Twenty two thousands?
305
00:18:38,045 --> 00:18:39,175
How do you know his drunk?
306
00:18:39,210 --> 00:18:41,804
He was blogging simultaneously,
307
00:18:41,839 --> 00:18:44,732
- You know what I think?
- I'm way ahead of you
308
00:18:44,733 --> 00:18:47,522
This is our guy.
309
00:18:47,557 --> 00:18:53,325
Cameron Winklevoss, W-i-n-k-I-e-v-o-s-s,
Cameron spell the usual way.
310
00:18:53,360 --> 00:18:59,036
Tyler Winklevoss, Tyler spell the usual way.
And my last name the same as my brother's.
311
00:18:59,071 --> 00:19:02,201
Mr. Zuckerberg, This in an
Administration board hearing.
312
00:19:02,236 --> 00:19:07,017
You're being accused of intentionally
breaching security, violating copyrights,
313
00:19:07,052 --> 00:19:12,893
Violating individual privacy by
creating the website www.facemash.com.
314
00:19:12,928 --> 00:19:17,638
You're also charge with being in violation university
policy on distribution of digitized imaging.
315
00:19:17,673 --> 00:19:22,104
Before we begin with our questioning you're allowed
to make a statement, would you like to do so?
316
00:19:22,839 --> 00:19:30,079
I've, You know, I've already apologize
to the Crimson, to the ABHW...
317
00:19:30,080 --> 00:19:35,796
To Fuerza Latina, and to any women in Harvard may
have been insulted as I take it that they were.
318
00:19:36,798 --> 00:19:39,593
As for any charges stemming from
the breach from the security,
319
00:19:39,594 --> 00:19:41,995
I believe I deserve some
recognition from this board.
320
00:19:44,599 --> 00:19:45,636
I'm sorry?
321
00:19:45,671 --> 00:19:47,106
Yes.
322
00:19:47,141 --> 00:19:48,108
I don't understand...
323
00:19:48,143 --> 00:19:49,571
Which part?
324
00:19:49,606 --> 00:19:52,183
You deserve recognition?
325
00:19:52,218 --> 00:19:54,619
I believe, I pointed out some
pretty gaping holes on your system...
326
00:19:54,854 --> 00:19:58,139
- Excuse me, May I?
- Yes
327
00:19:58,174 --> 00:20:02,946
Mr. Zuckerberg. I'm in charge of security
for all computer on the Harvard network.
328
00:20:02,981 --> 00:20:05,444
And I can assure you of its sophistication.
329
00:20:05,445 --> 00:20:09,399
In fact it was that level of sophistification
that led us to you in for less than 4 hours.
330
00:20:09,434 --> 00:20:10,857
- Four hours?
- Yes, sir.
331
00:20:10,892 --> 00:20:13,437
That would be impressive except if
you had know what you lookin' for,
332
00:20:13,438 --> 00:20:14,983
You would've seen it written
on my dorm room window.
333
00:20:20,941 --> 00:20:24,632
- So?
- Six month academic probation.
334
00:20:24,667 --> 00:20:26,689
Well, they making an example out of you.
335
00:20:26,724 --> 00:20:28,677
They have my blog.
336
00:20:28,712 --> 00:20:31,030
I shouldn't have write nothing about
the farm animals. That was stupid.
337
00:20:31,065 --> 00:20:34,762
But, I was kidding, for god sake.
Doesn't anybody have some sense of humour?
338
00:20:34,797 --> 00:20:37,538
- But I tried to stop you.
- I know
339
00:20:37,573 --> 00:20:38,698
How do you do these thing,
340
00:20:38,699 --> 00:20:40,780
How you manage to get
all girls to hate us.
341
00:20:40,781 --> 00:20:42,382
- Why do I let you...
- I know.
342
00:20:42,783 --> 00:20:45,385
- Can't do that...
- Eduardo, I said enough.
343
00:20:45,686 --> 00:20:47,719
Ok, let's look at a sample problem...
344
00:20:47,720 --> 00:20:53,536
Suppose we're given a computer with a 16-bit
virtual address and a page size of 256 bytes.
345
00:20:54,371 --> 00:20:58,687
The system uses one-level page
tables, which start at address 0x400.
346
00:20:59,422 --> 00:21:02,572
Maybe you want to have DMA on
your 16-bit system, who knows?
347
00:21:02,907 --> 00:21:06,240
The first few pages are
reserved for hardware flags, etc.
348
00:21:06,275 --> 00:21:09,449
Assume page table entries
have eight status bits.
349
00:21:09,484 --> 00:21:13,457
The eight status bits would then be...
Anybody?
350
00:21:15,289 --> 00:21:17,477
And I see we have our first surrender.
351
00:21:17,478 --> 00:21:20,971
Don't worry, Mr. Zuckerberg, brighter men
than you have tried and failed at this class.
352
00:21:21,006 --> 00:21:27,741
One valid bit, 1 modify bit,
1 reference bit and 5 permission bits.
353
00:21:27,776 --> 00:21:31,757
That is correct.
354
00:21:37,574 --> 00:21:39,009
Mark?
355
00:21:39,044 --> 00:21:40,926
Are you Mark Zuckerberg?
356
00:21:40,961 --> 00:21:41,905
Yeah.
357
00:21:42,240 --> 00:21:44,269
- Cameron Winklevoss.
- Hi...
358
00:21:44,304 --> 00:21:45,432
Tyler Winklevoss.
359
00:21:45,467 --> 00:21:47,122
Are you guys related?
360
00:21:47,157 --> 00:21:48,249
- It's good.
- Funny.
361
00:21:48,284 --> 00:21:50,080
We never heard that before.
362
00:21:50,115 --> 00:21:52,366
So what can I do for you?
Did I insult your girlfriends?
363
00:21:52,401 --> 00:21:53,294
No, we didn't,
364
00:21:53,329 --> 00:21:54,332
Actually... I don't know.
365
00:21:54,367 --> 00:21:55,336
We never asked.
366
00:21:55,371 --> 00:21:57,617
Maybe we should do that...
367
00:21:57,652 --> 00:22:01,604
We have an idea we want to talk
you about. Do you have a minute?
368
00:22:01,605 --> 00:22:03,606
You guys look like
you spend some time at a gym.
369
00:22:04,608 --> 00:22:06,447
We have to.
370
00:22:06,482 --> 00:22:09,146
We row crew.
371
00:22:09,181 --> 00:22:12,301
Yeah, I've got a minute.
372
00:22:15,674 --> 00:22:18,009
- So you ever been in The Porcellian?
- No
373
00:22:18,044 --> 00:22:20,769
Alright we gonna stay, we can't take you
past the bike room 'cause you're not a member.
374
00:22:20,804 --> 00:22:22,787
I've heard.
375
00:22:25,233 --> 00:22:27,599
Wanna sandwich or something?
376
00:22:27,634 --> 00:22:29,931
Ok, Mark, right?
377
00:22:29,966 --> 00:22:31,993
- Mark, this is Divya Narendra, our partner.
- Hi.
378
00:22:32,238 --> 00:22:33,694
We were really impressed with facemash.
379
00:22:33,729 --> 00:22:36,347
And then we checked you out
and you also built CourseMatch.
380
00:22:36,382 --> 00:22:37,361
I don't know CourseMatch.
381
00:22:37,396 --> 00:22:39,792
You go online and you see what
courses your friend are takings...
382
00:22:39,827 --> 00:22:42,339
You are really smart, man.
383
00:22:43,851 --> 00:22:45,427
- Mark...
- Yeah.
384
00:22:45,428 --> 00:22:47,429
We were talking about "CourseMatch"
385
00:22:48,431 --> 00:22:50,092
It was kind of a no brainer.
386
00:22:50,093 --> 00:22:52,184
And you invented something
in high school too, right?
387
00:22:52,219 --> 00:22:56,127
An app for an MP3 player that
recognizes your taste in music.
388
00:22:56,162 --> 00:22:58,290
Anybody try to buy it?
389
00:22:58,325 --> 00:23:00,430
Microsoft.
390
00:23:00,465 --> 00:23:01,448
How much?
391
00:23:01,483 --> 00:23:03,456
I didn't sell it.
I uploaded for free.
392
00:23:03,491 --> 00:23:04,944
- For free?
- Yeah.
393
00:23:04,979 --> 00:23:08,248
Why?
394
00:23:08,283 --> 00:23:12,237
Ok, well. We have something that we've been
working for a while. We think it's great.
395
00:23:12,272 --> 00:23:13,825
It's called HarvardConnection.
396
00:23:13,826 --> 00:23:16,851
You create your own page.
Interests, bio, friends, pics.
397
00:23:16,852 --> 00:23:19,553
And then people could go
online, see your bio, request...
398
00:23:19,554 --> 00:23:24,671
Yeah, how this different
from MySpace or Friendster?
399
00:23:24,706 --> 00:23:27,057
Harvard-dot-E-D-U.
400
00:23:27,292 --> 00:23:29,430
Harvard.edu is the most prestigious
e-mail address in the country.
401
00:23:29,465 --> 00:23:32,316
And the whole site kinda
base on the idea with girls...
402
00:23:32,351 --> 00:23:35,726
- Not to putting anything in delicate.
- Girls wanna go with guys who go to Harvard.
403
00:23:35,727 --> 00:23:38,228
Divya and my brother don't have
trouble putting things in delicate.
404
00:23:38,229 --> 00:23:40,177
Many different between
what we're talkin' about
405
00:23:40,178 --> 00:23:43,359
and MySpace or Friendster any
others social networks inside...
406
00:23:43,360 --> 00:23:46,230
Is that exclusivity...
Right?
407
00:23:46,265 --> 00:23:47,692
Right.
408
00:23:47,727 --> 00:23:49,341
Yeah, we'd love you
to work with this Mark.
409
00:23:50,028 --> 00:23:51,529
We need a gifted programmer
and you're creative.
410
00:23:51,530 --> 00:23:53,030
And we know you would
take this serious...
411
00:23:53,031 --> 00:23:56,033
Womens group already declare a war...
412
00:23:56,034 --> 00:23:58,768
You know, this could help
rehabilitate you image.
413
00:23:58,803 --> 00:24:01,882
Wow, you would do that for me?
414
00:24:03,885 --> 00:24:05,249
We'd like to work with you.
415
00:24:05,284 --> 00:24:08,275
Our first programmer graduated
and went to work at Google.
416
00:24:08,276 --> 00:24:10,856
Our second programmer just got
overwhelmed with school work.
417
00:24:10,857 --> 00:24:14,647
We will need you to build the site,
write the code and we'll provide...
418
00:24:14,648 --> 00:24:15,748
I'm in...
419
00:24:17,050 --> 00:24:20,268
- What?
- I'm in.
420
00:24:20,303 --> 00:24:21,795
Awesome!
421
00:24:21,830 --> 00:24:24,122
That's what you said?
422
00:24:24,157 --> 00:24:26,583
It was 3 or 4 years ago...
I don't know what I said.
423
00:24:26,618 --> 00:24:27,956
When did you come Eduardo?
424
00:24:28,391 --> 00:24:30,180
I don't understand the question.
425
00:24:30,215 --> 00:24:32,370
Do you remember
answering an affirmative?
426
00:24:32,705 --> 00:24:33,726
The affirmative...
427
00:24:33,761 --> 00:24:36,316
When did you come to Eduardo
with the idea for facebook?
428
00:24:36,351 --> 00:24:38,471
It was called theFacebook then.
429
00:24:38,506 --> 00:24:40,609
It doesn't need to be that difficult.
430
00:24:40,644 --> 00:24:43,147
I'm currently in the middle
of 2 different law suits.
431
00:24:43,148 --> 00:24:44,346
Did you answer affirmatively,
432
00:24:44,381 --> 00:24:48,997
When Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, Divya
Narendra ask you to build Harvard Connection,
433
00:24:48,998 --> 00:24:50,699
Did you say, yes?
434
00:24:52,302 --> 00:24:53,165
I said I'd help.
435
00:24:53,166 --> 00:24:56,368
When did you approached Mr. Saverin
with the idea for the facebook?
436
00:24:56,569 --> 00:24:58,393
I wouldn't say I approached him.
437
00:24:58,394 --> 00:24:59,295
Sy?
438
00:24:59,296 --> 00:25:00,445
You can answer the question.
439
00:25:00,446 --> 00:25:02,947
At a party at Alpha Epsilon Pi
440
00:25:02,948 --> 00:25:04,069
What's that?
441
00:25:04,104 --> 00:25:06,671
The jewish fraternity.
442
00:25:07,072 --> 00:25:09,239
It was Caribbean night.
443
00:25:26,266 --> 00:25:28,765
It's not that guys like me are
generally attracted to Asian girls.
444
00:25:28,800 --> 00:25:32,043
It's that Asian girls are
generally attracted to guys like me.
445
00:25:32,044 --> 00:25:35,872
I'm developing an algorithm to define the
connection between Jewish guys and Asian girls.
446
00:25:35,907 --> 00:25:37,567
I don't think it's that complicated.
447
00:25:37,568 --> 00:25:41,828
They're hot, they're smart, they're
not Jewish and they can't dance.
448
00:25:42,563 --> 00:25:45,822
- Hey, Mark's here.
- Mark.
449
00:25:57,292 --> 00:25:58,462
I think I've come up with something.
450
00:25:58,497 --> 00:26:00,513
Hang on, I've gotta tell you
something you're not going to believe.
451
00:26:00,848 --> 00:26:04,134
- What?
- I got punched by the Phoenix.
452
00:26:05,297 --> 00:26:06,805
- Are You kidding?
- No.
453
00:26:06,806 --> 00:26:08,907
I mean it's just the
first of the 4 step process,
454
00:26:08,908 --> 00:26:11,610
But they slipped the invitation
under my door tonight.
455
00:26:11,611 --> 00:26:13,411
I go to the first punch party tomorrow.
456
00:26:15,269 --> 00:26:17,381
You got punch by The Phoenix.
457
00:26:17,382 --> 00:26:20,490
Yeah, probably, it was
just a diversity thing.
458
00:26:20,791 --> 00:26:23,198
It was just a diversity thing.
I'll just ride that horse until...
459
00:26:23,233 --> 00:26:25,508
What did you want to talk about?
460
00:26:25,543 --> 00:26:26,349
- Mark?
- Yeah.
461
00:26:26,350 --> 00:26:27,675
You said you've come up with something.
462
00:26:27,676 --> 00:26:29,954
Yeah, I think I've come up
with something. Come outside.
463
00:26:29,955 --> 00:26:31,565
It's 20 degrees outside.
464
00:26:31,566 --> 00:26:36,570
I can't stare to that loop of Niagara falls which
has absolutely nothing to do with the Caribbean.
465
00:26:47,582 --> 00:26:49,583
People came to Facemash
in a stampede, right?
466
00:26:49,584 --> 00:26:50,489
Yeah.
467
00:26:50,490 --> 00:26:52,158
But it wasn't because the
saw pictures of hot girls.
468
00:26:52,159 --> 00:26:53,826
You can go any around on the internet
and see pictures of hot girls.
469
00:26:53,861 --> 00:26:54,592
Yeah.
470
00:26:54,627 --> 00:26:58,588
That was because they saw
pictures of girls that they knew.
471
00:26:58,589 --> 00:27:00,473
People wanna go on the internet
and check out their friends,
472
00:27:00,474 --> 00:27:02,226
So why not build the
website that offers that?
473
00:27:02,227 --> 00:27:05,933
Friends, pictures, profiles,
whatever you can visit, browse around.
474
00:27:05,934 --> 00:27:09,039
Maybe its someone you just met at a party.
But I'm not talkin' about a dating site.
475
00:27:09,574 --> 00:27:15,036
I'm talkin' about taking the entire social
experience of college and putting it online.
476
00:27:15,037 --> 00:27:16,028
I can't feel my legs
477
00:27:16,063 --> 00:27:19,646
I know, I'm totally psyched about this.
But Wardo...
478
00:27:19,681 --> 00:27:22,377
Yeah...
It would be exclusive.
479
00:27:22,412 --> 00:27:25,669
You would've to know the people on
the site to get pass thru on page.
480
00:27:25,670 --> 00:27:27,526
Like getting punched.
481
00:27:27,561 --> 00:27:29,161
That's good
482
00:27:29,196 --> 00:27:31,569
Wardo, it's like a Final Clubs
except we're the president.
483
00:27:31,604 --> 00:27:34,071
I told him i thought it sounded great.
484
00:27:35,772 --> 00:27:36,739
It was a great idea.
485
00:27:36,740 --> 00:27:38,307
There's nothing to hack.
486
00:27:38,308 --> 00:27:41,475
People were gonna provide their own
pictures, their own information.
487
00:27:41,510 --> 00:27:46,626
And people had the ability to invite
or not invite their friends to join.
488
00:27:46,627 --> 00:27:50,176
See, in the world were the
social structure was everything.
489
00:27:50,177 --> 00:27:53,076
Puff...
That was the "THING".
490
00:27:53,077 --> 00:27:54,508
It was a big project.
491
00:27:54,509 --> 00:27:57,426
And he was going to have to write
ten of thousands of lines of code.
492
00:27:57,427 --> 00:28:00,042
So I wonder, why he was coming
to me and not to his room mate.
493
00:28:00,043 --> 00:28:02,935
Dustin Moskowitz and Chris
Hughes they're programmers.
494
00:28:02,936 --> 00:28:06,939
We're gonna need a little start-up cash
to rent the servers and get it online.
495
00:28:06,940 --> 00:28:08,536
So that was why.
496
00:28:08,537 --> 00:28:10,467
- Did he offers terms?
- Yes.
497
00:28:10,468 --> 00:28:12,581
We'll split it.
70-30
498
00:28:12,582 --> 00:28:15,110
Seventy for me, Thirty for you for
you, putting up a thousands dollar.
499
00:28:15,111 --> 00:28:17,827
And for handling everything on the business end.
You're CFO
500
00:28:17,828 --> 00:28:19,696
- And you said?
- I said "Let's do it"
501
00:28:19,731 --> 00:28:23,815
- Ok, did he add anything else?
- Yes.
502
00:28:27,602 --> 00:28:31,740
It probably was
a diversity thing but so what?
503
00:28:32,554 --> 00:28:33,761
Why do you think he said that?
504
00:28:33,762 --> 00:28:36,081
Gretchen, excuse me for interrupting,
But whose discovery it is?
505
00:28:36,082 --> 00:28:38,417
- Sy, if you let me continue with my line of question...
- What do you suggesting?
506
00:28:38,418 --> 00:28:41,466
They're suggesting I was jealous of
Eduardo for getting punched by Phoenix.
507
00:28:41,467 --> 00:28:44,214
And began a plan to screw him out of
the company I haven't even invented yet.
508
00:28:44,249 --> 00:28:45,108
- Were you?
- Gretchen...
509
00:28:45,109 --> 00:28:46,151
Jealous of Eduardo?
510
00:28:46,152 --> 00:28:47,415
Oh, stop typing,
we're off the record.
511
00:28:47,416 --> 00:28:48,679
Maam, I know you've
done your home work.
512
00:28:48,680 --> 00:28:50,530
And so you know that money
isn't a big part of my life,
513
00:28:50,532 --> 00:28:52,406
But at the moment I could buy
Mt. Auburn Street,
514
00:28:52,407 --> 00:28:55,082
Take the Phoenix Club and
turn it into my pingpong room.
515
00:28:59,213 --> 00:29:02,326
I'll let you know how the party is,
516
00:29:07,863 --> 00:29:12,214
We recognize that you're a plaintiff in one
suit involving Facebook and a witness in another.
517
00:29:13,096 --> 00:29:14,972
- Yes, Sir.
- At any time In the weeks,
518
00:29:14,973 --> 00:29:16,848
Prior to Mark telling you his idea,
519
00:29:16,883 --> 00:29:21,641
Did he mention Tyler Winklevoss, Cameron
Winklevoss, Divya Narendra or HarvardConnection?
520
00:29:21,642 --> 00:29:24,400
Yes. He said they'd asked
him to work on their site.
521
00:29:24,401 --> 00:29:28,003
But that he'd looked at what they had
and decided it wasn't worth his time.
522
00:29:28,004 --> 00:29:33,390
He said even his most pathetic friends knew more about
getting people interested in a website than these guys.
523
00:29:34,025 --> 00:29:35,976
"These guys" meaning my clients.
524
00:29:35,977 --> 00:29:37,478
Yes. He resented, Mark resented
that they, that your clients,
525
00:29:39,780 --> 00:29:41,129
Thought that he need to rehabilitate
his image after the Facemash thing
526
00:29:42,930 --> 00:29:44,539
But Mark didn't want to
rehabilitate anything.
527
00:29:44,540 --> 00:29:48,198
With Facemash he'd hack into Harvard
computers, he dumps his nose to the Ad Board.
528
00:29:48,999 --> 00:29:52,390
He got a lot of honorarity.
Facemash did exactly what he wanted it to do.
529
00:29:52,391 --> 00:29:55,827
Were you aware that while Mr.
Zuckerberg was building the Facebook,
530
00:29:55,828 --> 00:29:57,396
He was also communicating
with the plaintiffs?
531
00:29:57,397 --> 00:30:00,765
Not at the time I wasn't.
But...
532
00:30:00,800 --> 00:30:04,359
It really didn't have much to do
with The Winkelvoss dating site.
533
00:30:04,360 --> 00:30:05,961
How would you know?
You' weren't even...
534
00:30:07,196 --> 00:30:10,303
Were you aware that while Mr.
Zuckerberg was building TheFacebook,
535
00:30:10,304 --> 00:30:13,177
He was leading the plaintiffs to believe
he was building HarvardConnection?
536
00:30:13,178 --> 00:30:15,192
You're offering a conclusion
not found an evidence.
537
00:30:15,193 --> 00:30:16,997
We are about to finding new evidence...
538
00:30:18,332 --> 00:30:23,075
From Mark Zuckerberg to Tyler Winklevoss
November 30, 2003
539
00:30:23,076 --> 00:30:24,931
I read over all the stuff you
sent me re-HarvardConnection,
540
00:30:25,766 --> 00:30:28,578
and it seems like it shouldn't
take too long to implement,
541
00:30:28,579 --> 00:30:33,185
so we can talk about it after I get all
the basic functionality up tomorrow night.
542
00:30:33,186 --> 00:30:38,125
From Mark Zuckerberg to Cameron Winklevoss.
December 1, 2003.
543
00:30:38,126 --> 00:30:41,248
"Sorry I was unreachable tonight. I just
got about three of your missed calls.
544
00:30:41,249 --> 00:30:44,247
I was working on a problem
set for my sytems class"
545
00:30:44,248 --> 00:30:49,079
From Mark Zuckerberg to Tyler & Cameron Winklevoss.
December 10, 2003.
546
00:30:49,480 --> 00:30:52,093
"This week has been pretty busy
thus far with classes and work"
547
00:30:52,094 --> 00:30:55,040
"So I think it's probably
best to postpone the meeting."
548
00:30:55,041 --> 00:31:00,254
"I'm also really busy tomorrow"
549
00:31:00,289 --> 00:31:05,168
Tell him okay but we do have to make sure that
we meet up before we all head off for break.
550
00:31:39,449 --> 00:31:40,191
- Hi Mark,
- Hi,
551
00:31:40,192 --> 00:31:43,412
I need a dedicated Linux box running
Apache with a mySQL back-end.
552
00:31:43,513 --> 00:31:45,366
It's gonna cost a little more money.
553
00:31:45,401 --> 00:31:47,375
- How much more?
- About 200 more.
554
00:31:47,376 --> 00:31:50,332
- Do we need it?
- Gotta handle the traffic.
555
00:31:53,277 --> 00:31:55,062
- Do it.
- I already did.
556
00:31:59,191 --> 00:32:03,758
Hey guess what...
I'm in the 2nd cut.
557
00:32:04,593 --> 00:32:07,126
That's good. You should
be proud of that right there,
558
00:32:07,127 --> 00:32:09,659
Don't worry if you
don't make it any further.
559
00:32:14,311 --> 00:32:15,312
I'll get out of here.
560
00:32:15,847 --> 00:32:19,811
From Mark Zuckerberg to Tyler and
Cameron Winklevoss and Divya Narendra.
561
00:32:19,812 --> 00:32:21,762
December 15, 2003.
562
00:32:21,763 --> 00:32:24,557
I have a cs problem set that
I'm just getting started with,
563
00:32:24,558 --> 00:32:27,951
And It should be about 15 hours of
coding so I'll be busy tomorrow night,
564
00:32:27,952 --> 00:32:31,105
I won't really be free to meet
until next Wednesday afternoon.
565
00:32:31,606 --> 00:32:33,514
I have to cancel Wednesday afternoon.
566
00:32:33,515 --> 00:32:36,617
I've basically been in the
lab this whole time and also...
567
00:32:36,913 --> 00:32:40,916
Won't be able to do it Saturday as
I have to meet up with my parents...
568
00:32:45,720 --> 00:32:50,294
As the plaque reads, this is John Harvard,
founder of Harvard University in 1638.
569
00:32:50,295 --> 00:32:54,737
It's also called The Statue of Three Lies.
What are the three lies?
570
00:32:56,162 --> 00:32:57,034
Mr. Dowd.
571
00:32:57,069 --> 00:32:58,260
The three lies,
572
00:32:58,561 --> 00:33:00,717
First...
Shit!
573
00:33:00,718 --> 00:33:02,747
- Take your pants off.
- I know.
574
00:33:04,175 --> 00:33:05,229
Mr. Saverin.
575
00:33:05,230 --> 00:33:11,249
1) Harvard was founded in 1636 not 1638.
2) Harvard was not founded by John Harvard
576
00:33:11,250 --> 00:33:13,023
and 3) That's not John Harvard.
577
00:33:13,024 --> 00:33:14,525
Who is it?
578
00:33:15,026 --> 00:33:18,354
F- friend of the sculptor,
Daniel... Chester.
579
00:33:19,355 --> 00:33:20,809
Keep you jacket on.
580
00:33:24,326 --> 00:33:27,968
39 days after Mr. Zuckerberg's
initial meeting with my clients
581
00:33:27,969 --> 00:33:31,410
And he still hadn't completed
work on HarvardConnection.
582
00:33:31,411 --> 00:33:35,217
But On January 11, 2004
583
00:33:35,252 --> 00:33:42,148
Mr. Zuckerberg registered the domain
name theFacebook by Network Solution.
584
00:33:42,149 --> 00:33:47,453
To the best of your knowledge, had he
even begun work on HarvardConnection?
585
00:33:47,488 --> 00:33:51,745
Not to my knowledge.
No.
586
00:33:57,107 --> 00:34:02,526
Hi Cameroon, "I'm still a little skeptical that we have
enough functionality in the site to really draw the attention
587
00:34:02,527 --> 00:34:06,301
And gain the critical mass necessary
to get a site like this to run"
588
00:34:06,676 --> 00:34:08,924
We'll speak soon?
589
00:34:10,751 --> 00:34:13,443
This is the first time
he mentioned any problem?
590
00:34:13,444 --> 00:34:14,344
Yes, he was
591
00:34:14,345 --> 00:34:19,376
You'd sent 36 e-mails to Mr. Zuckerberg
and received 16 e-mails in return,
592
00:34:19,377 --> 00:34:21,602
And this was the first time he
indicated that he was not happy.
593
00:34:21,803 --> 00:34:22,603
That's correct!
594
00:34:22,604 --> 00:34:25,866
He had 42 days to study our
system and get out ahead...
595
00:34:25,867 --> 00:34:28,056
Do you see any of your code on Facebook?
596
00:34:28,057 --> 00:34:29,978
Did I use any of your code?
597
00:34:30,013 --> 00:34:31,073
You stole our whole god damn idea.
598
00:34:31,074 --> 00:34:32,074
Fellas,
599
00:34:32,075 --> 00:34:34,144
What a match-dot-com for Harvard guys!
600
00:34:34,145 --> 00:34:34,945
Can I continue with my deposition
601
00:34:34,946 --> 00:34:37,848
You know you really don't need a
forensic team to get to bottom of this
602
00:34:37,849 --> 00:34:43,748
If you guys were the inventors of
Facebook you'd have invented Facebook.
603
00:34:43,749 --> 00:34:47,011
I can't wait to stand over your
shoulder while you write us a check.
604
00:34:47,012 --> 00:34:48,161
No shit.
605
00:34:49,698 --> 00:34:50,939
Let's continue.
606
00:34:51,975 --> 00:34:54,790
February 4, 2004
607
00:34:58,628 --> 00:35:01,868
Mark...
Mark...
608
00:35:01,869 --> 00:35:05,309
There is a girl in your art
history class name Stephanie Attis.
609
00:35:05,310 --> 00:35:09,391
Do you happen to know
if she has a boyfriend?
610
00:35:09,426 --> 00:35:13,080
Have you ever seen her with anyone.
611
00:35:13,081 --> 00:35:16,152
And if not, do you happen to know if
she's looking to go out with anyone?
612
00:35:16,153 --> 00:35:19,253
Dustin...
613
00:35:19,254 --> 00:35:22,256
People don't walk around with
a sign on them that says some...
614
00:35:54,747 --> 00:35:56,848
We were supposed to meet at nine.
615
00:35:57,449 --> 00:35:59,851
- Have you slept yet?
- I've to add something.
616
00:36:00,152 --> 00:36:00,852
What?
617
00:36:12,165 --> 00:36:14,613
Shit that's look good,
That's look really good.
618
00:36:14,648 --> 00:36:16,915
It's clean and simple,
no disneyland...
619
00:36:18,017 --> 00:36:18,917
But watch...
620
00:36:19,919 --> 00:36:20,919
What'd you write?
621
00:36:21,920 --> 00:36:25,326
Relationship status, Interested in,
622
00:36:25,327 --> 00:36:28,094
This is what drives live in college.
Are you having sex or aren't you
623
00:36:28,095 --> 00:36:31,159
It's why people take certain classes.
And sit where they sit.
624
00:36:31,194 --> 00:36:33,344
And do what they do, and
it's um, centre, you know,
625
00:36:33,345 --> 00:36:35,346
That what's thefacebook
is gonna be about...
626
00:36:35,347 --> 00:36:36,381
People gonna log on...
627
00:36:36,382 --> 00:36:38,984
Because after all the cake and watermelon,
there's a chance they're actually gonna...
628
00:36:38,985 --> 00:36:41,961
- Get laid...
- Meet a girl. Yes.
629
00:36:41,996 --> 00:36:43,839
- This is really good.
- And that was it.
630
00:36:44,074 --> 00:36:44,682
What d'you mean?
631
00:36:44,683 --> 00:36:46,454
- It's ready.
- It's ready?
632
00:36:46,489 --> 00:36:49,910
That was it, and here's the masthead.
633
00:36:49,911 --> 00:36:51,947
- You made a masthead.
- Yeah.
634
00:36:51,982 --> 00:36:55,123
Eduardo Saverin, Co-Founder and CFO.
635
00:36:55,124 --> 00:36:57,392
You have no idea how what
that's gonna mean for my father.
636
00:36:57,393 --> 00:36:58,893
Sure I do...
637
00:37:00,798 --> 00:37:05,784
- When's it go on live?
- Right now, take your laptop out.
638
00:37:06,786 --> 00:37:09,406
Why we do need my laptop.
639
00:37:09,441 --> 00:37:12,033
Because you've got e-mails
for everybody at Phoenix.
640
00:37:16,658 --> 00:37:20,701
I'm not sure it's gonna be cool
with them that I spam their...
641
00:37:20,736 --> 00:37:22,195
It's not spam.
642
00:37:22,230 --> 00:37:23,302
I know it's not spam
643
00:37:23,337 --> 00:37:25,117
If we send it to our friends it'll
just bounce around the computer lab.
644
00:37:25,118 --> 00:37:26,780
I haven't gotten in yet.
645
00:37:26,781 --> 00:37:30,474
These guys know people
and I need their e-mails.
646
00:37:31,398 --> 00:37:32,520
- Sure
- Good.
647
00:37:34,169 --> 00:37:35,118
Give me the mailing list.
648
00:37:35,119 --> 00:37:37,662
jabberwock12@harvard E-D-U.
649
00:37:37,663 --> 00:37:38,558
These guys.
650
00:37:38,559 --> 00:37:41,992
They're literary geniuses 'cause the world's
most obvious Lewis Caroll reference is in their...
651
00:37:41,9rlin?
659
00:38:22,852 --> 00:38:25,456
It's a Valentine's theme.
They playing love songs.
660
00:38:25,457 --> 00:38:31,045
Good point, 'cause Cole Porter and
Irving Berlin never wrote any love songs.
661
00:38:32,822 -->brate.
655
00:37:58,749 --> 00:38:00,434
I'm buying.
656
00:38:01,816 --> 00:38:04,328
Mark,
657
00:38:05,157 --> 00:38:08,916
Mark, are you praying?
658
00:38:20,358 --> 00:38:22,851
What ever happened to Cole
Porter and Irving Be93 --> 00:37:42,881
They're not so bad
652
00:37:42,882 --> 00:37:44,605
I'm just saying.
Yeah, you're right.
653
00:37:52,372 --> 00:37:53,825
The site's live.
654
00:37:54,960 --> 00:37:58,714
You know, Let's go get
a drink and cele 00:38:35,126
Honey, just put your laptop away...
662
00:38:35,127 --> 00:38:37,228
Seventy four people
spam me the same link.
663
00:38:37,229 --> 00:38:38,229
Casey...
664
00:38:38,230 --> 00:38:39,578
- What is it?
- I don't know
665
00:38:39,613 --> 00:38:43,874
But I'm really hoping it's cat look like a
hitler 'cause I can never get enough of that.
666
00:38:45,319 --> 00:38:46,619
No, it's not.
667
00:38:51,144 --> 00:38:54,738
Div?
What?
668
00:39:02,747 --> 00:39:03,747
Div, w-what is wrong?
669
00:39:25,843 --> 00:39:27,644
- Hey!
- Not now!
670
00:39:27,645 --> 00:39:30,285
- We need 20 mins.
- Ok.
671
00:39:31,586 --> 00:39:36,450
I just want to let you know that
Zuckerberg stole our website.
672
00:39:36,451 --> 00:39:40,030
- Mark Zuckerberg?
- He stole our website.
673
00:39:41,032 --> 00:39:45,010
It's been alive for more than 36 hours.
674
00:39:48,233 --> 00:39:49,578
Mr. Hotchkiss
675
00:39:49,613 --> 00:39:51,125
Ty, the lawyer's on the phone with dad.
676
00:39:51,160 --> 00:39:53,147
Yes, Sir. I'm here with my brother
Tyler, our business partner, Divya.
677
00:39:53,182 --> 00:39:58,022
Welcome to theFacebook. theFacebook is an online directory
that connects people through different social networks.
678
00:39:58,057 --> 00:40:00,448
You must have a Harvard.edu
address to register.
679
00:40:00,749 --> 00:40:01,449
That's right.
Yes, Sir.
680
00:40:01,450 --> 00:40:03,806
I called earlier, I'm
looking for Mark Zuckerberg
681
00:40:03,807 --> 00:40:06,089
Yes, Sir. He's quoted a couple of times.
I can read it to you.
682
00:40:06,090 --> 00:40:09,092
"Everyone's been talking a lot about
a universal facebook within Harvard"
683
00:40:10,495 --> 00:40:13,791
I think it's kind of silly that it would take the
University a couple of years to get around to it.
684
00:40:13,792 --> 00:40:16,636
I can do it in class jobs than
they can't and I did it in a week.
685
00:40:16,637 --> 00:40:19,492
- Tell him, Divya Narendra called, I appreciate it.
- That's how we talks.
686
00:40:19,994 --> 00:40:26,034
As of yesterday evening, Zuckerberg set over
650 students to registered thefacebook.com
687
00:40:26,035 --> 00:40:29,784
He said that he anticipated 900 students
would've join the site by this morning.
688
00:40:29,819 --> 00:40:33,176
Divya was just reading that 650
students signed up on the first day
689
00:40:33,211 --> 00:40:37,729
If I was I drug dealer I could give
free drugs to 650 people in one day.
690
00:40:37,764 --> 00:40:39,744
This guy doesn't have 3 friends to rob...
691
00:40:39,779 --> 00:40:41,105
Guys, please, come on...
692
00:40:41,140 --> 00:40:43,234
Alright that's what we'll do, Mr. Hotchkiss
693
00:40:43,269 --> 00:40:44,990
Then we e-mail it to you.
694
00:40:45,025 --> 00:40:47,381
You won't be able to get
on the website yourself.
695
00:40:47,416 --> 00:40:49,700
Because you don't have a harvard... uhm..
696
00:40:49,735 --> 00:40:52,123
you know what it would be easy
for us to e-mail it to you.
697
00:40:52,158 --> 00:40:54,011
I'm sure you right... He's a good guy,
698
00:40:54,012 --> 00:40:58,790
And he's very bright and I'm sure he
didn't mean to... do what he did.
699
00:40:58,825 --> 00:41:00,950
Alright,
thank you very much...
700
00:41:00,985 --> 00:41:03,133
And Dad,
Love you too.
701
00:41:03,168 --> 00:41:03,859
He good guy?
702
00:41:03,860 --> 00:41:05,767
We don't know that he's not a good guy.
703
00:41:05,802 --> 00:41:07,086
We know he Stole our idea
704
00:41:07,121 --> 00:41:08,371
We know that he lied to our
faces for a month and half
705
00:41:08,406 --> 00:41:09,704
He never lie to our face
706
00:41:09,739 --> 00:41:11,707
He never saw our faces!
Fine, he lied to our e-mail accounts.
707
00:41:11,708 --> 00:41:14,207
So he got himself 42-days head start
708
00:41:14,242 --> 00:41:17,796
He knows what apparently you don't which
is that getting there first is everything.
709
00:41:17,797 --> 00:41:19,269
I'm a competitive racer, Div,
710
00:41:19,270 --> 00:41:21,975
I don't think you need to school me on the
importance of getting there first. Thank you.
711
00:41:21,976 --> 00:41:24,048
Alright, that's was your father's lawyer?
712
00:41:24,083 --> 00:41:24,900
Yeah, well his in-house counsel.
713
00:41:24,901 --> 00:41:28,724
He's gonna look at all this if he thinks it's
appropriate he'll send a cease and desist letter.
714
00:41:28,725 --> 00:41:30,515
What, do you wanna hire
an IP lawyer and sue him?
715
00:41:30,516 --> 00:41:33,922
No, I wanna hire the Sopranos to beat
the shit out of him with a hammer!
716
00:41:33,957 --> 00:41:35,123
- We don't have to do that.
- That's right.
717
00:41:35,124 --> 00:41:36,339
We can do that ourself.
718
00:41:36,340 --> 00:41:39,031
I'm six-five, 220lbs, and there's two of me.
I'm with this guy.
719
00:41:39,066 --> 00:41:42,228
Whatever, I'm saying let's calm down
until we know what we're talking about.
720
00:41:42,263 --> 00:41:45,726
how much more information
are you waiting for.
721
00:41:45,761 --> 00:41:48,818
We met with Mark 3 times, exchanged 52 e-mails,
we can prove that he looked at the code...
722
00:41:48,853 --> 00:41:50,645
what is that on the bottom of page
723
00:41:50,680 --> 00:41:52,089
It's "A Mark Zuckerberg production"
724
00:41:52,124 --> 00:41:53,397
On the homepage?
725
00:41:53,432 --> 00:41:54,203
On every pages.
726
00:41:54,204 --> 00:41:57,206
Shit. I need to let the
classiness waft over me.
727
00:41:57,207 --> 00:41:58,207
Ok, look...
728
00:41:58,208 --> 00:42:00,278
They wrote, "Zuckerberg said that
he hoped the privacy options...
729
00:42:00,279 --> 00:42:05,149
...would help to restore his reputation
following student outrage over Facemash.com"
730
00:42:05,184 --> 00:42:08,731
That's exactly what we said to him.
He's giving us "the finger" in the Crimson
731
00:42:08,766 --> 00:42:13,512
While we're waiting for dad's
lawyer to look this stuff over, we can at least...
732
00:42:13,547 --> 00:42:15,386
No...
733
00:42:15,421 --> 00:42:19,204
We're not starting a knife fight in
the Crimson and we're not suing anybody.
734
00:42:19,239 --> 00:42:22,596
Why not?
735
00:42:25,629 --> 00:42:27,073
He's gonna say it's stupid.
736
00:42:27,108 --> 00:42:28,569
What, who?
Me?
737
00:42:28,604 --> 00:42:30,471
Say it why not?
738
00:42:31,947 --> 00:42:33,757
Because we're gentlemen of Harvard.
739
00:42:33,758 --> 00:42:39,168
This is Harvard. Where you don't plant
stories and you don't sue people.
740
00:42:39,203 --> 00:42:41,792
You thought he was going to be the
only one who thought that was stupid?
741
00:42:41,911 --> 00:42:45,724
During the time when you say you had this idea,
742
00:42:45,759 --> 00:42:49,271
Did you know Tyler and Cameron
came from a family of means?
743
00:42:49,272 --> 00:42:50,704
A family of means?
744
00:42:50,705 --> 00:42:53,465
Did you know that his father was wealthy.
745
00:42:53,500 --> 00:42:55,442
I'm not sure why you're asking me that.
746
00:42:55,477 --> 00:42:57,384
It's not important that you
be sure why I'm asking you.
747
00:42:57,419 --> 00:42:58,270
It's not important to you.
748
00:42:58,305 --> 00:42:59,261
Sy...
749
00:42:59,296 --> 00:43:02,191
Did you know that they came from money?
750
00:43:02,226 --> 00:43:04,560
I had no idea whether they
came from money or not.
751
00:43:04,595 --> 00:43:09,954
In one of your e-mails to Mr. Narendra you
reference Tate Winklevoss consulting firm.
752
00:43:09,989 --> 00:43:11,248
If you say so.
753
00:43:11,283 --> 00:43:15,149
Howard Winklevoss founded the firm and its
assets are in the hundreds of millions.
754
00:43:15,184 --> 00:43:19,775
You also knew that Tyler and Cameron were members
of a Harvard Final club called the Porcellian.
755
00:43:19,776 --> 00:43:20,776
They pointed that out?
756
00:43:20,777 --> 00:43:22,494
Excuse us for inviting you in.
757
00:43:22,529 --> 00:43:24,177
To the bike room...
758
00:43:24,212 --> 00:43:27,474
So it's safe to say you were
aware that my clients had money?
759
00:43:29,398 --> 00:43:30,171
Yes.
760
00:43:30,206 --> 00:43:32,550
Let me tell you why I'm asking.
I'm wondering why...
761
00:43:32,551 --> 00:43:36,615
If you needed a $1000 for an internet
venture you didn't ask my clients for it.
762
00:43:36,616 --> 00:43:39,179
They'd demonstrated to you an
interest in this kind of thing...
763
00:43:39,214 --> 00:43:42,090
I went to my friend for the money because
that he's who I wanted to be partners with...
764
00:43:42,125 --> 00:43:46,807
Eduardo was presidents of the Harvard Inverstors
Association and he was also my best friend.
765
00:43:48,443 --> 00:43:51,930
Your best friend is suing
you for 600 million dollars.
766
00:43:51,965 --> 00:43:53,986
I didn't know that.
tell me more!
767
00:43:54,021 --> 00:43:56,650
Eduardo, what happen
after the initial lunch?
768
00:43:56,685 --> 00:43:59,308
Sy would you mind addressing as Mr. Saverin
769
00:43:59,343 --> 00:44:00,140
Gretchen, they're best friend
770
00:44:00,175 --> 00:44:00,908
Not anymore
771
00:44:00,943 --> 00:44:02,891
I already went through this on the...
772
00:44:02,926 --> 00:44:05,688
Nevermind, Mr. Saverin...
773
00:44:05,723 --> 00:44:07,095
It's exploded, everybody
on campus was using it
774
00:44:07,130 --> 00:44:12,613
"Facebook-me" was the common
expression after two weeks.
775
00:44:12,648 --> 00:44:14,449
and Mark...
776
00:44:14,484 --> 00:44:18,302
And Mark was biggest thing on a campus
that included 19 Nobel Laureates,
777
00:44:18,337 --> 00:44:21,724
15 Pulitzer Prize Winners,
two future Olympians
778
00:44:21,759 --> 00:44:23,255
and a movie star.
779
00:44:23,290 --> 00:44:24,879
Who's the movie star?
780
00:44:24,914 --> 00:44:26,637
Does it matter?
781
00:44:26,672 --> 00:44:28,361
No.
782
00:44:36,227 --> 00:44:40,723
Beautiful day. And I was up in my Radcliffe dorm.
He brought that magazine up and he saw it to me
783
00:44:40,758 --> 00:44:44,573
And he said, "Look, it's gonna happen
without us. We've got to start now."
784
00:44:44,608 --> 00:44:46,423
And I said... "Okay."
785
00:44:46,661 --> 00:44:47,661
Let's get basic hardware.
786
00:44:47,662 --> 00:44:49,663
Most of you think you know the
rest of story that you may not.
787
00:44:49,664 --> 00:44:53,871
The beginning of the
industry were very humble...
788
00:44:53,906 --> 00:44:58,078
That kit computer on the cover of that
magazine, had an 8080 processor in it.
789
00:44:58,113 --> 00:45:02,446
Unless you paid extra for 1K memory
board 256bits, so the challenges...
790
00:45:13,110 --> 00:45:15,761
Isn't that Mark Zuckerberg?
791
00:45:15,796 --> 00:45:16,755
Yeah
792
00:45:16,790 --> 00:45:18,717
- He made facebook?
- Yeah.
793
00:45:18,718 --> 00:45:23,331
I mean both of us. Yeah, we... yes.
794
00:45:23,366 --> 00:45:27,071
Cool. I'm Christy Lee.
This is Alice.
795
00:45:29,056 --> 00:45:30,483
Nice to meet you
796
00:45:30,518 --> 00:45:33,136
Facebook-me when you get home
We can all go out and grab a drink.
797
00:45:33,171 --> 00:45:38,101
Certainly, absolutely will do that.
798
00:45:43,755 --> 00:45:47,309
She said "Facebook-me" and we
can all go for a drink later.
799
00:45:47,310 --> 00:45:48,910
Which is stunningly great for two reasons.
800
00:45:48,911 --> 00:45:51,582
One she said "Facebook-me". Right?
And the other...
801
00:45:51,617 --> 00:45:52,617
- They wanna have drinks later.
- Yes
802
00:45:52,652 --> 00:45:56,188
Have you ever heard so many different good
things packed into one regular-sized sentence?
803
00:45:56,223 --> 00:45:57,766
Excuse me. Mark?
804
00:45:57,801 --> 00:45:59,045
Yeah
805
00:45:59,080 --> 00:46:01,548
I'm Stuart Singer. I'm in your O.S. lab.
806
00:46:01,583 --> 00:46:03,312
Sure.
807
00:46:03,347 --> 00:46:05,463
- Awesome job with theFacebook.
- Awesome Job.
808
00:46:05,498 --> 00:46:06,552
Thanks.
809
00:46:06,553 --> 00:46:08,287
- I'm Bob.
- How are you doin'.
810
00:46:08,288 --> 00:46:10,395
You know, I could swear he
was looking at you when he said
811
00:46:10,396 --> 00:46:13,305
The next Bill Gates could
be right in this room.
812
00:46:13,340 --> 00:46:14,626
I doubt it
813
00:46:14,661 --> 00:46:18,654
I showed up late, I don't
even know who the speaker was.
814
00:46:18,689 --> 00:46:20,905
It was Bill Gates.
815
00:46:20,940 --> 00:46:23,089
Shit... that's make sense.
816
00:46:23,524 --> 00:46:25,520
Alright, thanks guys.
817
00:46:29,325 --> 00:46:30,714
Are you moron? Are you medically stupid?
818
00:46:30,749 --> 00:46:32,136
You can't recognize Bill Gates
in front of you for an hour?
819
00:46:32,337 --> 00:46:33,524
Mark Zuckerberg now thinks we got into Harvard
on a dimwit scholarship. I'm gonna get a Glock...
820
00:46:38,673 --> 00:46:40,157
It's time to monetize the thing.
821
00:46:40,192 --> 00:46:41,052
What are their natives?
822
00:46:41,053 --> 00:46:42,734
- Did you heard what I just said?
- When?
823
00:46:42,735 --> 00:46:45,208
I said it's times to monetize the site
824
00:46:45,889 --> 00:46:47,497
What is that mean?
825
00:46:47,532 --> 00:46:50,291
It means time for the
website generating the revenue.
826
00:46:50,326 --> 00:46:53,817
No, I know what the word means.
I'm asking how do you want to do it?
827
00:46:53,852 --> 00:46:54,747
Advertising.
828
00:46:54,748 --> 00:46:56,049
No.
829
00:46:57,051 --> 00:46:58,351
We've got 4000 members.
830
00:46:58,386 --> 00:46:59,617
'Cause theFacebook is cool.
831
00:46:59,652 --> 00:47:01,727
And if we start selling pop-ups
for Mountain Dew it's not gonna be cool.
832
00:47:01,728 --> 00:47:02,728
Well I wasn't thinking it would
be Mountain Dew but at some point,
833
00:47:03,730 --> 00:47:06,732
And I'm talkin' as the business
end of the company, the site...
834
00:47:06,733 --> 00:47:10,206
We don't even know what it
is yet, we don't what it is...
835
00:47:10,207 --> 00:47:11,207
We don't know what it can be.
836
00:47:11,208 --> 00:47:14,023
We don't know what it will be.
We know that it's cool,
837
00:47:14,524 --> 00:47:16,838
That's a priceless asset
and I'm not giving it up.
838
00:47:16,873 --> 00:47:19,059
- So it won't be finish?
- It won't be finish.
839
00:47:19,060 --> 00:47:20,844
That's the point, the way fashion never finish
840
00:47:20,845 --> 00:47:22,646
- What?
- Fashion, fashion is never finish.
841
00:47:22,647 --> 00:47:24,490
You talkin' about fashion, really you?
842
00:47:24,525 --> 00:47:27,413
I'm talkin' about the idea
I'm sayin' that never finish
843
00:47:27,448 --> 00:47:32,094
Ok, but they manage to
make money, sellin' pants
844
00:47:32,129 --> 00:47:33,646
Mark what is this?
845
00:47:33,681 --> 00:47:35,128
What?
846
00:47:35,163 --> 00:47:37,352
It's called the cease and desist letter.
What were their names?
847
00:47:37,387 --> 00:47:38,721
- Who?
- The girls.
848
00:47:38,756 --> 00:47:39,504
When did you get this?
849
00:47:39,539 --> 00:47:42,016
About ten days ago.
Right after we launched the site
850
00:47:43,261 --> 00:47:44,051
Hey, the girls what were their names?
851
00:47:44,086 --> 00:47:47,115
They're sayin'... the Winklevoss twins
are sayin' that you stole their idea.
852
00:47:47,150 --> 00:47:49,424
I find that to be mildly annoying.
853
00:47:49,459 --> 00:47:53,008
They find it to be
Intelectual Property Theft.
854
00:47:53,043 --> 00:47:54,292
- Look...
- Why don't you show it to me?
855
00:47:54,327 --> 00:47:56,009
It was addressed to me
856
00:47:56,044 --> 00:47:58,865
They're sayin' that we stole theFacebook
from Divya Narendra and the Winklevoss...
857
00:47:58,900 --> 00:47:59,938
I know what it says.
858
00:47:59,973 --> 00:48:00,842
Did we?
859
00:48:00,877 --> 00:48:02,061
Did we what?
860
00:48:02,096 --> 00:48:03,425
Don't screw around with me now.
861
00:48:03,460 --> 00:48:04,583
Look at me
862
00:48:04,618 --> 00:48:06,467
The letter says we could face legal action.
863
00:48:06,502 --> 00:48:08,281
No, it says I could face legal action
864
00:48:08,316 --> 00:48:10,556
This is from lawyer, Mark.
They must feel they have some grounds for...
865
00:48:10,591 --> 00:48:12,672
The lawyer is their father's house counsel.
866
00:48:12,707 --> 00:48:13,406
Do they have grounds?
867
00:48:13,441 --> 00:48:16,477
The grounds are our thing is cool and
popular and HarvardConnection is lame.
868
00:48:16,512 --> 00:48:20,075
Wardo, I didn't use any of their code,
I promise, I didn't use anything.
869
00:48:20,076 --> 00:48:23,474
Look, a guy who builds a really nice chair doesn't
owe money to everyone who's ever built a chair.
870
00:48:23,509 --> 00:48:25,441
Ok, they came to me with
an idea. I had a better one.
871
00:48:25,776 --> 00:48:26,699
Why didn't you show me this letter
872
00:48:26,734 --> 00:48:29,245
I didn't think it was a big deal
873
00:48:33,557 --> 00:48:37,056
If there's something wrong,
if there's ever anything wrong,
874
00:48:37,091 --> 00:48:39,230
You can tell me.
875
00:48:39,231 --> 00:48:40,231
I'm the guy that wants to help.
876
00:48:40,232 --> 00:48:41,232
This is our thing.
877
00:48:41,233 --> 00:48:45,027
Now, is there anything
that you need to tell me
878
00:48:45,062 --> 00:48:48,464
No.
879
00:48:49,469 --> 00:48:51,397
What are we doing about this?
880
00:48:51,432 --> 00:48:54,810
I went to a 3-L at Student Legal Services
and he told me to write them back.
881
00:48:54,845 --> 00:48:55,869
And what did you say?
882
00:48:55,904 --> 00:48:59,302
When we met in January, I
express my doubts about the site,
883
00:48:59,337 --> 00:49:03,592
where it stood with graphic, how much
programming was left that I had not anticipated...
884
00:49:03,593 --> 00:49:05,594
...the lack of hardware we
had to deal with the site use,
885
00:49:05,595 --> 00:49:08,631
the lack of promotion that we go on
to successfully launch the website...
886
00:49:08,632 --> 00:49:12,408
This was the first time you
raised any of those concern, right?
887
00:49:12,443 --> 00:49:14,086
I'd raised concerns before.
888
00:49:14,121 --> 00:49:15,548
Bullshit
Not to us
889
00:49:15,583 --> 00:49:16,128
Gentlemen.
890
00:49:16,163 --> 00:49:19,929
I'm talkin about at the meeting in
January to which this letter is referring.
891
00:49:19,930 --> 00:49:20,896
Yeah.
892
00:49:20,931 --> 00:49:23,223
Let me re-phrase this.
893
00:49:23,224 --> 00:49:27,744
You sent my client 16 e-mails. In the
first 15, you did't raise any concerns
894
00:49:27,779 --> 00:49:28,611
Is that a question?
895
00:49:28,646 --> 00:49:32,327
In the 16th e-mail you raised
concerns about the site functionality.
896
00:49:32,362 --> 00:49:35,010
Were you leading them on for six weeks?