Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has opened up about the controversial Messenger app, how Hollywood has hurt him and why he wears the same T-shirt every day, in his first-ever Q&A session.
He transferred to the exclusive private school Phillips Exeter Academy, in New Hampshire, in his junior year, where he won prizes in science (math, astronomy, and physics) and classical studies.The group then introduced Facebook to other college campuses.Facebook expanded rapidly, reaching one billion users by 2012."The services that we aspire to be like in the world are kind of these basic things that you rely on," Mr Zuckerberg said. I am not a cool person, and I've never really tried to be cool.Our model for Facebook has never been to try to make it particularly exciting to use - we just want to make it useful." The Social Network was hurtful Facebook took a large leap into the mainstream in 2010, when a Hollywood film depicted how Mr Zuckerberg, played by Jesse Eisenberg, created the social network while studying at Harvard.