Be prepared to watch the most boring, nerdy video of the day. Filmed in 2005, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is caught on tape answering questions about the growth of “The Facebook.” The interview was originally shot for a documentary called Now Entering about the millennial generation. Watch as Zuckerberg and his friends pose for the camera doing keg stands and drink out of red cups. Sweet Scarface poster, bro.
Mark says in the video:
There doesn’t necessarily have to be more. You know? I mean, like, a lot of people are focused on taking over the world, or doing, like, the biggest thing — getting the most users. And, I mean, I think, like, part of making a difference and doing something cool is focusing intensely. There is a level of service that we could provide when we were just at Harvard that we can’t provide for all of the colleges, and theres a level of service we can provide when we’re a college network that we wouldn’t be able to provide if we went to other types of things. So I mean, like, I really just want see everyone focus on college and create a really cool college directory that is really relevant for students.