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https://plus.google.com/110614491471571462610 Casey Parker : #TheSocialNetwork Eduardo Saverin: Mark. Mark! Sean Parker: He's wired in. Eduardo Saverin: Sorry? ...
#TheSocialNetwork

Eduardo Saverin: Mark. Mark!
Sean Parker: He's wired in.
Eduardo Saverin: Sorry?
Sean Parker: He's wired in.
Eduardo Saverin: Is he?
Sean Parker: Yes.
takes Mark's laptop and smashes it down on the desk, destroying it
Eduardo Saverin: How about now? You still wired in?
Sean Parker: Call security.
Eduardo Saverin: You issued 24 million new shares of stock.
Mark Zuckerberg: You were told that if new investors came along...
Eduardo Saverin: How much were your shares diluted?
points to Sean
Eduardo Saverin: How much were his?

Gretchen: What was Mr. Zuckerberg's ownership share diluted down to?
Eduardo Saverin: It wasn't.
Gretchen: What was Dustin Moskovitz's ownership share diluted down to?
Eduardo Saverin: It wasn't.
Gretchen: What was Sean Parker's ownership share diluted down to?
Eduardo Saverin: It wasn't.
Gretchen: What was Peter Thiel's ownership share diluted down to?
Eduardo Saverin: It wasn't.
Gretchen: And what was your ownership share diluted down to?
Eduardo Saverin: .03 percent.

Mark Zuckerberg: You signed the papers.
Eduardo Saverin: almost in tears You set me up.
Mark Zuckerberg: You're gonna blame me because you were the business head of the company and you made a bad business deal with your own company?
Eduardo Saverin: This is gonna be like I'm not a part of Facebook!
Sean Parker: It won't be like you're not a part of Facebook. You're not a part of Facebook.
Eduardo Saverin: My name's on the masthead.
Sean Parker: You might wanna check again.
Eduardo Saverin: Just because I froze the account?
Sean Parker: Did you think we were going to let you parade around in your ridiculous suits pretending you were running this company?
Eduardo Saverin: cutting him off; screaming Sorry! My Prada's at the cleaners! Along with my hoodie and my 'fuck you' flip-flops, you pretentious douchebag!
Sean Parker: Security's here, you'll be leaving now.
Eduardo Saverin: I'm not signing those papers.
Sean Parker: We will get the signature.
Eduardo Saverin: [to Mark] Tell me this isn't about me getting into the Phoenix.
Mark scoffs
Eduardo Saverin: in disbelief You... You did it! I knew you did it! You planted that story about the chicken!
Mark Zuckerberg: I didn't plant the story about the chicken.
Sean Parker: What's he talking about?
Eduardo Saverin: You had me accused of animal cruelty.
Sean Parker: Seriously, what the hell's the chicken?
Eduardo Saverin: [leans down close to Mark, his voice low and dangerous] And I'll bet what you hated the most was that they identified me as a co-founder of Facebook, which I am. You better lawyer up asshole, because I'm not coming back for 30%, I'm coming back for EVERYTHING.
backs away from Mark slowly, still looking at him

Sean Parker: Hang on. Almost forgot.
holds a check in front of Eduardo
Sean Parker: Here's your $19,000. I wouldn't cash it, though. I drew it on the account you froze.
Eduardo goes to hit Sean; Sean cowers
Eduardo Saverin: Eduardo pulls back, his eyes wet, but staring to smile I like standing next to you, Sean. It makes me look so tough.
walks out, escorted by two security guards


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MARCH 1, 2015 BY CHUKWUEMEKA FRED AGBATA JNR. Leave a Comment Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata Jnr. A lot of tech enthusiasts these days are barely making headway in their quest for driving innovation into this fledging industry. This is because they are always trying to hide some of the projects they are working on from the prying eyes of fellow techies so as to prevent what is known as intellectual theft. Although they may have a point, I dare say that successful innovations in the tech world are rarely achieved with the efforts of a single individual. Tech landmarks have always been the result of collaboration of efforts among tech enthusiasts, with individuals bringing their wealth of experience into such formidable partnerships. The synergy often gives rise to unprecedented breakthroughs in technological innovations. From Apple to Google, Microsoft, Asana, Mainone and Swift networks, it has been a story of partnerships or collaborations. The need to write this piece arose when, a few days ago, I strolled into a cybercafé run by a long time friend of mine for a brief chat with him. There, I met two young guys who patronise the cybercafé embroiled in a serious altercation. By the time they were separated and asked what was amiss, we got to know that they were trying to develop separate Apps but had to use my friend’s cybercafé to take advantage of constant power supply. One of them accused the other of spying on the App he was developing. That was when I had to come in to explain to them how it was necessary for them as techies to partner to achieve phenomenal innovations. The way it works is this. An individual can dream out an idea and start to give it life. At a point, however, that individual may get stuck and can no longer proceed without help from other people that possess the knowledge and skills. No one can claim to have monopoly of knowledge. Let me give you some instances. If you ask anybody about who invented the initial telephone that has now been passed through a lot of revolutions to become handsets and smartphones that we have today, the answer that you will most definitely get without much thinking is Alexander Graham Bell. Thomas Edison and Elisha Gray were also working on inventing the telephone at the time the breakthrough for Bell came, though. Who knows, if the Bell, Edison and Gray had collaborated, the telephone might have been invented earlier than it was. But then, what many do not even know is that there was Thomas A. Watson, who was an experienced electrical designer and mechanic, and worked closely with Alexander Graham Bell in the course of the invention. It was, in fact, a mistake made by Thomas A. Watson when an experiment was in progress that really broke the ice for the success of the invention of the telephone. Facebook, today is a billion dollar concern and Mark Zukerberg is acclaimed to be the founder, but then, what most people do not know is that Mark might not have been able to achieve the Facebook feat without the contribution of his four room mates, all who had their special tech skills. For Facebook to be what it is today, Mark himself, a programmer, was ably assisted by another programmer, Dustin Moskovitz; Andrew McCollum, who is a graphic artist; Eduardo Saverin, who handled the business aspect (some even claimed that Mark was not the main originator of the idea). Last, but not the least on the Facebook team, we have Chris Hughes, who was in charge of testing and product suggestion. Chris was in fact the member of the team who brought the idea of opening Facebook to other schools aside from Harvard University, where they were located and this eventually led to opening Facebook to the whole world with the resultant billion dollar returns. That is what partnership does to you. Other examples of partnerships in the tech world include Microsoft where Bill Gates was the main man, but there was Paul Allen who played a prominent role in the development of Microsoft; the combined efforts of Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in the development of Apples; Jerry Yang and David Filo, in the development of Yahoo; Dustin Moskovits and Justin Rosenstein in the development of the wonderful Asana App; and Alexander Aghassipour, Mikkel Svane and Morten Primdahl in the development of the Zendesk App. In Nigeria, we have a prevailing attitude of being the boss, hence, many of us avoid having anything to do with partnerships or collaborations. We need to change our perception and attitude towards partnerships in order to achieve unprecedented breakthroughs that will benefit the entire world. But I am glad at what MainOne has become today because of the collaboration between Ms. Funke Opeke and Fola Adeola as well as a few other tech startups who are truly collaborating to build something awesome. All hopes is, however, not lost. In Nigeria today, I must say, the road to encouraging young IT professionals to collaborate more in order to innovate started a few years ago with the establishment of some ICT collaboration hubs where these young individuals find the enabling environment to work as a team to achieve breakthroughs. These are popping up and expanding in some other African countries such as Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. Nigeria, nay, Africa needs more of these ICT collaboration hubs to encourage young IT enthusiasts to work in concert with one another for us to have technological breakthroughs. I’d like you to join me on Tech Trends Show every Monday by 4.30pm, with a repeat on Thursday by 3.30pm on Channels Television as I bring you up to date with the amazing world of technology. All editions of the show will be uploaded on www.CFA.ng/tv for your convenience. Copyright PUNCH.All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from PUNCH. Contact: editor@punchng.com Tolu, a Unilag student, reveals how he makes N200,000 monthly from a Mini Importation business he started with N8,850. Click here to read his story. Learn how you can use your Yahoomail and Gmail accounts to make a minimum of N5,000 daily. The exact system made me over N15million in 2014. Click Here to learn for FREE MINI-IMPORTATION SEMINAR!!!! Discover how you can start a profitable mini-importation business with a start-up capital as low as 15K and make 40K per week...Guaranteed!!! Attend a one day 1-on-1 live practical seminar.....Click Here Learn how you can use your Yahoomail and Gmail accounts to make a minimum of N5,000 daily. The exact system made me over N15million in 2014. Click Here to learn for FREE MINI-IMPORTATION SEMINAR!!!! Discover how you can start a profitable mini-importation business with a start-up capital as low as 15K and make 40K per week...Guaranteed!!! Attend a one day 1-on-1 live practical seminar.....Click Here Learn how you can use your Yahoomail and Gmail accounts to make a minimum of N5,000 daily. The exact system made me over N15million in 2014. Click Here to learn for FREE MINI-IMPORTATION SEMINAR!!!! Discover how you can start a profitable mini-importation business with a start-up capital as low as 15K and make 40K per week...Guaranteed!!! 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MARCH 1, 2015 BY CHUKWUEMEKA FRED AGBATA JNR. Leave a Comment Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata Jnr. A lot of tech enthusiasts these days are barely making headway in their quest for driving innovation into this fledging industry. This is because they are always trying to hide some of the projects they are working on from the prying eyes of fellow techies so as to prevent what is known as intellectual theft. Although they may have a point, I dare say that successful innovations in the tech world are rarely achieved with the efforts of a single individual. Tech landmarks have always been the result of collaboration of efforts among tech enthusiasts, with individuals bringing their wealth of experience into such formidable partnerships. The synergy often gives rise to unprecedented breakthroughs in technological innovations. From Apple to Google, Microsoft, Asana, Mainone and Swift networks, it has been a story of partnerships or collaborations. The need to write this piece arose when, a few days ago, I strolled into a cybercafé run by a long time friend of mine for a brief chat with him. There, I met two young guys who patronise the cybercafé embroiled in a serious altercation. By the time they were separated and asked what was amiss, we got to know that they were trying to develop separate Apps but had to use my friend’s cybercafé to take advantage of constant power supply. One of them accused the other of spying on the App he was developing. That was when I had to come in to explain to them how it was necessary for them as techies to partner to achieve phenomenal innovations. The way it works is this. An individual can dream out an idea and start to give it life. At a point, however, that individual may get stuck and can no longer proceed without help from other people that possess the knowledge and skills. No one can claim to have monopoly of knowledge. Let me give you some instances. If you ask anybody about who invented the initial telephone that has now been passed through a lot of revolutions to become handsets and smartphones that we have today, the answer that you will most definitely get without much thinking is Alexander Graham Bell. Thomas Edison and Elisha Gray were also working on inventing the telephone at the time the breakthrough for Bell came, though. Who knows, if the Bell, Edison and Gray had collaborated, the telephone might have been invented earlier than it was. But then, what many do not even know is that there was Thomas A. Watson, who was an experienced electrical designer and mechanic, and worked closely with Alexander Graham Bell in the course of the invention. It was, in fact, a mistake made by Thomas A. Watson when an experiment was in progress that really broke the ice for the success of the invention of the telephone. Facebook, today is a billion dollar concern and Mark Zukerberg is acclaimed to be the founder, but then, what most people do not know is that Mark might not have been able to achieve the Facebook feat without the contribution of his four room mates, all who had their special tech skills. For Facebook to be what it is today, Mark himself, a programmer, was ably assisted by another programmer, Dustin Moskovitz; Andrew McCollum, who is a graphic artist; Eduardo Saverin, who handled the business aspect (some even claimed that Mark was not the main originator of the idea). Last, but not the least on the Facebook team, we have Chris Hughes, who was in charge of testing and product suggestion. Chris was in fact the member of the team who brought the idea of opening Facebook to other schools aside from Harvard University, where they were located and this eventually led to opening Facebook to the whole world with the resultant billion dollar returns. That is what partnership does to you. Other examples of partnerships in the tech world include Microsoft where Bill Gates was the main man, but there was Paul Allen who played a prominent role in the development of Microsoft; the combined efforts of Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in the development of Apples; Jerry Yang and David Filo, in the development of Yahoo; Dustin Moskovits and Justin Rosenstein in the development of the wonderful Asana App; and Alexander Aghassipour, Mikkel Svane and Morten Primdahl in the development of the Zendesk App. In Nigeria, we have a prevailing attitude of being the boss, hence, many of us avoid having anything to do with partnerships or collaborations. We need to change our perception and attitude towards partnerships in order to achieve unprecedented breakthroughs that will benefit the entire world. But I am glad at what MainOne has become today because of the collaboration between Ms. Funke Opeke and Fola Adeola as well as a few other tech startups who are truly collaborating to build something awesome. All hopes is, however, not lost. In Nigeria today, I must say, the road to encouraging young IT professionals to collaborate more in order to innovate started a few years ago with the establishment of some ICT collaboration hubs where these young individuals find the enabling environment to work as a team to achieve breakthroughs. These are popping up and expanding in some other African countries such as Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. Nigeria, nay, Africa needs more of these ICT collaboration hubs to encourage young IT enthusiasts to work in concert with one another for us to have technological breakthroughs. I’d like you to join me on Tech Trends Show every Monday by 4.30pm, with a repeat on Thursday by 3.30pm on Channels Television as I bring you up to date with the amazing world of technology. All editions of the show will be uploaded on www.CFA.ng/tv for your convenience. Copyright PUNCH.All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from PUNCH. Contact: editor@punchng.com Tolu, a Unilag student, reveals how he makes N200,000 monthly from a Mini Importation business he started with N8,850. Click here to read his story. Learn how you can use your Yahoomail and Gmail accounts to make a minimum of N5,000 daily. The exact system made me over N15million in 2014. Click Here to learn for FREE MINI-IMPORTATION SEMINAR!!!! Discover how you can start a profitable mini-importation business with a start-up capital as low as 15K and make 40K per week...Guaranteed!!! Attend a one day 1-on-1 live practical seminar.....Click Here Learn how you can use your Yahoomail and Gmail accounts to make a minimum of N5,000 daily. The exact system made me over N15million in 2014. Click Here to learn for FREE MINI-IMPORTATION SEMINAR!!!! Discover how you can start a profitable mini-importation business with a start-up capital as low as 15K and make 40K per week...Guaranteed!!! Attend a one day 1-on-1 live practical seminar.....Click Here Learn how you can use your Yahoomail and Gmail accounts to make a minimum of N5,000 daily. The exact system made me over N15million in 2014. Click Here to learn for FREE MINI-IMPORTATION SEMINAR!!!! Discover how you can start a profitable mini-importation business with a start-up capital as low as 15K and make 40K per week...Guaranteed!!! Attend a one day 1-on-1 live practical seminar.....Click Here Learn how you can use your Yahoomail and Gmail accounts to make a minimum of N5,000 daily. The exact system made me over N15million in 2014. Click Here to learn for FREE More Stories in ICT Clinic Expanding your reach with mobile apps February 22nd, 2015 / Comments Read Full Story Expanding your reach with mobile apps February 15th, 2015 / Comments Read Full Story Twitter in the social media mix February 8th, 2015 / Comments Read Full Story
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Eduardo Saverin Facebook cofounder Eduardo Saverin, who was born in Brazil and has been
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has added close to $1.6...
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Facebook (formerly [thefacebook]) is an online social networking service headquartered in Menlo Park, California. Its website was launched on February 4, 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg with his college roommates and fellow Harvard University students Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes.[7] The founders had initially limited the website's membership to Harvard students, but later expanded it to colleges in the Boston area, the Ivy League, and Stanford University. It gradually added support for students at various other universities and later to high-school students. Facebook now allows anyone who is at least 13 years old to become a registered user of the website.[8] Its name comes from a colloquialism for the directory given to it by American universities students
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Facebook (formerly [thefacebook]) is an online social networking service headquartered in Menlo Park, California. Its website was launched on February 4, 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg with his college roommates and fellow Harvard University students Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes.[7] The founders had initially limited the website's membership to Harvard students, but later expanded it to colleges in the Boston area, the Ivy League, and Stanford University. It gradually added support for students at various other universities and later to high-school students. Facebook now allows anyone who is at least 13 years old to become a registered user of the website.[8] Its name comes from a colloquialism for the directory given to it by American universities students
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https://plus.google.com/116650901452456617934 sudesh chhipa : Facebook (formerly [thefacebook]) is an online social networking service headquartered in Menlo Park...
Facebook (formerly [thefacebook]) is an online social networking service headquartered in Menlo Park, California. Its website was launched on February 4, 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg with his college roommates and fellow Harvard University students Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes.[7] The founders had initially limited the website's membership to Harvard students, but later expanded it to colleges in the Boston area, the Ivy League, and Stanford University. It gradually added support for students at various other universities and later to high-school students. Facebook now allows anyone who is at least 13 years old to become a registered user of the website.[8] Its name comes from a colloquialism for the directory given to it by American universities students
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Facebook billionaires
Facebook billionaires include co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, Dustin Moskovitz, Eduardo Saverin and its first president, Sean Parker. Chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg has also become a billionaire with the rise in Facebook's stock.

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Facebook billionaires include co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, Dustin Moskovitz, Eduardo Saverin and its first president, Sean Parker. Chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg has also become a billionaire with the rise in Facebook's stock. 04:28 Facebook Leave a Comment ...
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