Three new items have been added to The Zuckerberg Files archive:
This week, Facebook celebrates its 10th anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, we’ve uploaded 10 new items to The Zuckerberg Files, including two articles from The Harvard Crimson reporting on Facebook’s first few weeks of existence in 2004.
- “Hundreds Register for New Facebook Website”, The Harvard Crimson, Feb 9, 2004 (transcript)
- “Harvard Bonds on Facebook Website”, The Harvard Crimson, Feb 18, 2004 (transcript)
- “Calm down. Breathe. We hear you.” The Facbook Blog, Sep 6, 2006 (transcript)
- “Mark Zuckerberg: Inside Facebook”, BBC, Dec 4, 2011 (transcript) (video)
- “Facebook Bing Integration presentation by Mark Zuckerberg”, Ubergizmo.com, Jan 15, 2013 (transcript) (video)
- “Mark Zuckerberg answers a question about Facebook Graph Search”, Ubergizmo.com, Jan 15, 2013 (transcript) (video)
- “Code Stars” – Short Film, Feb 26, 2013 (transcript) (video)
- “Mark Zuckerberg Presetation of the Facebook Phone”, Daily Mail, Apr 6, 3013 (transcript) (video)
- “Profitable Learning Curve for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg”, The Wall Street Journal, Jan 5, 2014 (transcript)
- “Facebook Turns 10: The Mark Zuckerberg Interview”, Bloomberg Businessweek, Jan 30, 2014 (transcript)
The Zuckerberg Files has been updated to include an out-take from Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance in the Code.org short film “What Most Schools Don’t Teach.” In this excerpt, Zuckerberg talks about his own experience helping a neighborhood kid get started learning computer programming. The transcript record is here, and the video file is archived here.
The Zuckerberg Files has been updated to include an audio recording of an interview of Mark Zuckerberg by Robert Scoble from 2010. Scoble was joined by MG Siegler and Jason Kincaid of Techcrunch and David Gelles of the Financial Times. Facebook’s Erick Tseng, head of mobile, was also present. The transcript record is here, and the audio file is archived here.
The Zuckerberg Files has been updated to include a brief appearance of Mark Zuckerberg in the 2013 documentary film Terms and Conditions May Apply. The filmmaker makes two attempts to interview Zuckerberg, and captures the brief interactions on film. The transcript record is here, and the video file is here.
To help improve the usability of The Zuckerberg Files, we’ve updated the transcripts attached to the following records:
The Zuckerberg Files launched on Friday October 25, 2013 with a tweet and a feature in The Chronicle for Higher Education. By the following Monday, we had over 25,000 site visits, widespread news coverage (notable mentions are archived here), and numerous requests for access to the full digital collection. By all accounts, our launch has been a great success.