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Transcript of Mark Zuckerberg
Born: May 14, 1984 in White Plains, NY
When I think of 'genius', the first
thing that comes to mind is someone
or something that has changed the world
for the better. Their
ideas shape the way
people live and have
an incredible impact
and influence on society.
One individual in particular who has successfully done
this is the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg.
He inspires me to work hard and to persevere
to reach a high-level
INDIVIDUAL WORK AND ACHIEVEMENT
"Mark Zuckerberg Biography." Bio.com. A&E Networks Television, 2013. Web.
Age 12: Began interest in computers and created messaging program, Zucknet and made computer games with his friends.
Parents hired computer tutor David Newman to work with him once a week.
Accepted into the Phillips Exeter Academy, earned a diploma in Classic Lit. and was captain of the Fencing team.
Developed a program called Synapse. AOL and Microsoft expressed interest in buying it and offered him a job before he graduated high school, which he declined.
2002: Enrolled in Harvard University.
, which allowed Harvard students to create profiles and interact with each other.
Dropped out of school and moved his company to California.
2006: Facebook became available to everyone and has continued to grow to over a billion users.
Estimated Worth: 27.1 billion
Dolan, Kerry A., and Luisa Kroll. "Billionaires: #21 Mark Zuckerberg." Forbes. Forbes Magazine, Mar. 2014. Web.
"Facebook Official Page." Facebook. N.p., 18 Mar. 2014. Web.
"Founded in 2004, Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected. People use Facebook to stay connected with friends and family, to discover what’s going on in the world, and to share and express what matters to them," (Facebook.com).
What is Facebook?
"What Is Facebook?" YouTube. WebSmartTV, 15 Dec. 2009. Web.
Debussy, Claude. Maid with the Flaxen Hair. Debussy. N.d. MP3.
MOMENTS OF GENIUS
Acts of genius are impossible to determine
CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION
Howe, Michael J. A. "Inventing and Discovering." Genius Explained. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge UP, 1999. Print.
Murray, Penelope. Genius: The History of an Idea. Oxford, UK: B. Blackwell, 1989. Print.
Napier, Nancy K. Wise Beyond Your Field: How Creative Leaders Out Innovate to Out Perform. Boise: CCI Press, 2013. Print.
Before the 18th century: Genius considered to be a divine power from the gods at birth
After the 18th century: Genius considered to be based on work and accomplishments
Geniuses are highly valued in our society
Society would not progress without genius
Is everyone who creates or invents something great considered a genius?
Wouldn't know Zuckerberg if he did not create Facebook despite his high intelligence
Facebook's impact on society and Zuckerberg's work to develop should be considered genius
Genius associated with creativity and innovation
Geniuses are able to think outside of the box
Essential to being innovative and having an impact
Zuckerberg has successfully done this with Facebook
Innovative way to communicate with fellow students
First time venturing into social media
Wouldn't exist if he had not gone out of his comfort zone
Many factors contribute to the act of genius
Impossible to say if the moment was influenced by something else
Zuckerberg developed Facebook with the help of some friends
Required the accomplishments of past innovators
Still fair to say his innovation was genius