Founder of the biggest 'social' innovation of the 21st century so far, Mark Zuckerberg, who founded social media platform, Facebook has finally received his Harvard Degree after 12 years of living with the 'dropped-out-but-millionaire' label.
Facebook, which was initially created as "The Facebook" was launched in the year 2004 by Zuckerberg from his college dormitory, supposedly to take revenge from the girl who ditched him. At that time, its usage at first was only limited to the students of Harvard.
All of us know what Facebook has become today, and all the credit goes to Mark Zuckerberg, who worked on the idea of 'connecting the world' and worked towards it using Facebook as a tool. Today, it is prevalent in all the parts of the world. You'll hardly find any intelligent individual on Earth, who hasn't heard of Facebook.
He delivered his commencement speech in the university while addressing the graduating class.
CEO of Facebook, Mark wrote in the caption "Mom, I always told you I'd come back and get my degree." What more Edwards and Karen can ask Mark for? We can't even imagine how proud his mother might be feeling, feelings like this can't be described in words.
"Zuckerberg even visited the dormitory where he built Facebook along with his co-founders, Dustin Moskovitz, Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum and Chris Hughes," reports Telegraph.
''At commencement, I'll talk about what I have learned about our generation and the world which we're building together.''
Mark continued to be enrolled at Harvard University until he dropped out from the college in 2005. At that time, he had said to college paper The Crimson, "I'll not come back."
Apparently, a little early and fast; because Bill Gates is also a Harvard dropout, who left Harvard for Microsoft in the year 1975 and received the degree decades ago in 2007.
Recorded by his father, the video takes you down to memory lane when an enthusiastic Mark Zuckerberg in night dress at his home opens the application and finds out that he has been accepted by the Harvard University.
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