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Shirtless Mark Zuckerberg Photo Is Posted Online

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  • This shirtless Mark Zuckerberg photo, posted by a fellow Facebook employee on the site imgur, is oddly compelling for those of us curious what the chest hair on the CEO of Facebook looks like. The pic was removed seconds later but was happily screen-captured for all your nerd-boy lusting needs. [TMZ]
  • Here are pics from the set of “Arrested Development,” which is filming again. You’re welcome. [Socialite Life]
  • The Anti-Defamation League blasted Joan Rivers for referring to Costco as “Nazi Germany” for refusing to carry her new book because of its content.  [Celebrity Cafe]
  • Taylor Swift has already introduced her new dude — he’s a Kennedy —  to her parents. Girl works fast. [PopCrush]
  • Mariah Carey is doing a nail polish line for OPI. Who wants to bet there will be Glitter? Zing! I’ll be here all week, folks. [Uptown Magazine] Keep reading »

Morning Quickies: Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg & Priscilla Chan Married!

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  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg married his longtime girlfriend Priscilla Chan this weekend at their Palo Alto, California home. One hundred guests thought they were arriving for a party to celebrate Chan’s graduation, but actually attended a wedding which had been secretly planned for months! [The FW]
  • Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb died this weekend at age 62 after a battle with cancer. [Celebrity Cafe
  • “Carnivale” actor Nick Stahl is no longer missing, his wife reports. The actor has checked into rehab after disappearing earlier this month, allegedly on a drug binge. [People]
  • Rapper Lil Wayne has been accused of having someone in his entourage beat up a fan with a skateboard after the man kept pestering him to take a picture on May 3. [PopCrush] Keep reading »

Happy Passover From The Matzoh People

The leader of the Matzoh People’s tribe, Matzohckerberg, told me to wish all the Jews out there a very happy Pesach and requested that I post such sentiments on Facebook. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »

Jesse Eisenberg And Mark Zuckerberg Come Face-To-Face On “SNL”

Ahh, “Saturday Night Live.” Thank you for making our interwebian dreams come true. On Saturday’s episode, Jesse Eisenberg of “The Social Network” hosted and in his opening monologue, shared with us his knowledge of the menstrual cycle. Soon after, he was joined on stage by (Andy Samberg and) Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook creator who Jesse portrayed not-so-flatteringly in the movie. It was every bit as awkward as we all imagined. Oh, but I did have a few breakthroughs while watching: First, I realized that these two dudes share the second half of their last names. And also that Zuckerberg sounds a lot like a not-so-happy Kermit the Frog. Keep reading »

The Top 10 Gifts Facebook Has Given Us

This weekend, “The Social Network,” a scripted movie about Facebook’s origins, opens nationwide. In honor of this momentous-ish occasion, we’ll be re-running some of our Facebook-related content that you might have missed, illustrating the good, bad, and ugly things the social networking site has brought into our previously status update-free lives. The piece below originally ran in Feb. 2009.

Facebook, the social networking site that has connected more than 150 million of us with people we wouldn’t recognize if we bumped into them on the street, turns five today! In honor of the big day, I’d like to reflect on the gifts that Facebook has given to us over the past five years. After the jump, the top ten gifts for which you can thank Facebook. Keep reading »

Is The Facebook Movie Supposed To Be A Horror Film!?


Who knew “The Social Network” was supposed to be a horror flick? The Facebook movie trailer makes CEO Mark Zuckerberg look like Lucifer himself! Guess life as a entrepreneurial billionaire isn’t all poking and Farmville. [YouTube] Keep reading »

Shun, Shag, Or Marry: The Founding Fathers Of Social Networking Sites

Where would we be without social networking sites? We’d never know that the cheerleader who made fun of us in high school got fat, or that the boy who pulled our pigtails in elementary school got married to the girl who gave our boyfriend chlamydia in college. You’d have no idea that the world was so small, that your best friend is currently “totally stressing,” or that your mother knew how to upload pictures. And who do we have to thank for these little joys? The men of MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook, of course, who all happen to be smart, wealthy and hot! Even though Rupert Murdoch (who bought MySpace for $580 million) said the site is for stalkers, and Facebook is rife with Obama haters who want him dead, and Twitter hasn’t earned a single dollar in revenue, these are our boys. And we know just what to do with them.
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“The Appallingly Sexist Origins of Facebook” Neither Appalling Nor Particularly Sexist

Come on, Double X, you’re just baiting us: With a headline like “The Appallingly Sexist Origins of Facebook,” we were expecting to be served some juicy dish that made Mark Zuckerberg, the 25-year-old founder of Facebook, look like a pig.

But Double X pulled snippets of purported douchebaggery from The Accidental Billionaires, an exposé about Facebook by Ben Mezrich, and it’s nothing more than admiring short skirts and some bikini-clad girls at frat parties. You know, really awful stuff.

Here’s what Double X called “appallingly sexist” Facebook behavior, after the jump: Keep reading »

Facebook: The Movie?

First we heard that a Facebook status message was going to be turned into a movie. Now, a fictional documentary about Facebook itself is in the works. While it sounds like a snooze fest to us, apparently Columbia Pictures digs the idea and is working to bring the biopic about Mark Zuckerberg and his social networking site to the big screen. The script was written by “The West Wing” creator Aaron Sorkin and is based on the soon-to-be-released book by Ben Mezrich, The Accidental Billionares. Most importantly, Columbia Pictures is in advanced talks with David Fincher, of “Fight Club” and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” fame, to direct. And initial casting searches have Michael Cera and Shia LeBeouf neck-in-neck to play the Harvard dropout. Since anything David Fincher, Michel Cera, and Shia Lebeouf touches generally turns to gold, if Columbia Pictures can get these folks on-board, maybe this flick will turn out to be more than “Revenge of the Nerds: Part 56.” [CNet] Keep reading »

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