[“The Social Network” writer] Sorkin, who is forty-nine, says that he knew very little about social networking, and he professes extreme dislike of the blogosphere and social media. “I’ve heard of Facebook, in the same way I’ve heard of a carburetor,” he told me.(via TheNewYorker)
So now the largely fictional movie is even biased by the screenwriter? Poor kid.
Mark built a software program that allowed the computers in the house and the office to send messages to one another. He called it ZuckNet, and it was basically a primitive version of AOL Instant Messenger, which came out the following year.
Guess we should be thankful he didn’t name it TheZuckbook.