Mark zuckerberg Qoutes

  • Every application will be designed from the ground up to use real identity and friends.

—    Mark Zuckerberg on unveiling a box of new tools / April 22, 2010

  • The web is at a really important turning point right now. Up until recently, the default on the web has been that most things aren’t social and most things don’t use your real identity. We’re building toward a web where the default is social.

—    Mark Zuckerberg on unveiling a box of new tools / April 22, 2010

  • A lot of companies can go off course because of corporate pressures… I don’t know what we are going to be building five years from now. I don’t know what we are going to be building three years from now.

—    Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook / March 04, 2010

  • The company is definitely set up in a way where myself and the other founders have a lot of control over it,

—    Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook / March 04, 2010

  • If you don’t need that capital, then all the pressures are different, and the motivations (to go public) are not there in the same way,

—    Mark Zuckerberg saying Facebook doesn’t have the same pressure as other companies to go public / March 04, 201

  • We are definitely in no rush.

—    Mark Zuckerberg saying Facebook will go public in the future, but not immediately / March 04, 2010

  • We’re going to go public eventually, because that’s the contract that we have with our investors and our employees,

—    Mark Zuckerberg saying Facebook will go public in the future / March 04, 2010

  • It might come in handy if we want to expand

—    Mark Zuckerberg on DST’s investment in facebook / May 27, 2009

  • A number of firms approached us, but DST stood out because of the global perspective they bring – backed up by the impressive growth and financial achievements of their internet investments. We’re looking forward to working with the DST team

—    Mark Zuckerberg on DST investing in Facebook / May 27, 2009

  • I’m not looking to take this money and go do a bunch of things with it immediately. We will continue looking at talent acquisition just as we had over the last period of time and if any make a lot of sense, then we’ll surely go ahead and do…

—    Mark Zuckerberg on acquisitions / May 27, 2009

  • Thanks to all of these efforts, our business is doing really well, and we’re on track to create a nice self-sustaining business, and because of this, a lot of companies and firms have approached us about investing in the company

—    Mark Zuckerberg / May 27, 2009

  • Our revenue numbers are up and our growth continues to scale very rapidly. This investment is purely buffer for us, and not something we need to get cashflow positive.

—    Mark Zuckerberg / May 27, 2009

  • Advertising on the Web is less about just hitting someone with a message… It’s about engagement [with that user].

—    Mark Zuckerberg / May 14, 2009

  • With a community that large and engaged, it needs a more open process of governance…

—    Mark Zuckerberg / May 2009

  • Both U.S. President Barack Obama and French President Nicholas Sarkozy have used Facebook as a way to organize their supporters. From the protests against the Colombian FARC, a 40-year old terrorist organization, to fighting oppressive, fringe groups in India, people use Facebook as a platform to build connections and organize action

—    Mark Zuckerberg saying Facebook is a platform to build connections and organize action

  • We are working hard to build a service that everyone, everywhere can use, whether they are a person, a company, a president or an organisation working for change

—    Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook celebrating 200 millionth user

  • If these new documents are approved, all future changes to the Statement of Rights and Responsibilities will go through the same process of notice and comment, and may be put to a vote if enough people comment … Even if these new proposed documents are defeated, we will still find ways to involve you in the governance process; however, this involvement will need to be explicitly stated in a future version of the Terms of Use.

—    Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook

  • Through an application developed by Wildfire Promotion Builder, you can now vote on which documents you want to serve as the foundation for governing the Facebook site … You will have two options on the ballot:
  • We encourage you to participate and make your voice heard … For this vote and any future one, the results will be binding if at least 30% of active Facebook users at the time that the vote was announced participate.
  • In reality, we wouldn’t share your information in a way you wouldn’t want … The trust you place in us as a safe place to share information is the most important part of what makes Facebook work.
  • There’s two things you can do, and I don’t think either one will happen to help Indiana out of this situation. First is get medical insurance for everyone. Second is banks and lenders just need to be more responsible about who they give credit cards to
  • People are learning how to use the site and what’s OK to share. As time goes on, people will learn what’s appropriate, what’s safe for them — and learn to share accordingly.

—    Mark Zuckerberg

  • There’s lots of stuff none of us have ever seen before. That’s good in some ways, but limiting in other ways.

—    Mark Zuckerber

  • The past week reminded us that users feel a real sense of ownership over Facebook itself, not just the information they share

—    Mark Zuckerberg


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