Facebook's Zuckerberg on Growth, Money and the 'Social Graph' | Compiler from Wired.com: "Mark Zuckerberg strolled onto the stage at the Web 2.0 Summit dressed for the occasion. The baby-faced Facebook founder, who is known for doing business barefoot, actually wore shoes. Well, technically they were Adidas sandals complimented by rolled-up jeans and a zipper hoodie, but the young social networking entrepreneur wasn't there for a fashion show. He was there to talk about his company's unique financial situation, its application platform and its noted lack of data portability. Zuckerberg appeared a bit stiff and practiced, and remained rather tight-lipped through the half-hour Q&A with emcee and host John Battelle. Many of Battelle's questions were met with a deer-in-the-headlights stare, but Zuckerberg managed to toss out a few coherent answers in between dodges and scripted platitudes."
Helge: I was almost getting bored with Facebook but realized its potential again a month ago. Social Media can be used for real life business applications. I'm not ready for Second Life. Enough to do with the first one, now.