Stop us if you’ve heard this before: A classmate of Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg from Harvard University is claiming that some of his ideas were stolen and incorporated into Facebook. Tyler Winklevoss, Cameron Winklevoss, or Divya Narenda? All of them are good guesses, but in this instance, we are talking about Aaron Greenspan.
High school students in Australia have become the latest to try to embrace the roots of Facebook, only to run afoul of authorities.
Chicago-area police have arrested a 17-year-old boy for inappropriately ranking female fellow classmates on his Facebook page.
Anything that involves voting on the more attractive of two people invokes a comparison to Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg’s first online project, Facemash. But Fitsort doesn’t limit the voting to just females, and in fact also allows you to vote on both genders — we love that.
While bidding heats up for Facebook’s original domain name FaceMash.com, the interest has spawned at least one copycat fake.
Want to own the domain name of Mark Zuckerberg’s original Harvard project which compared female Havard students to each other and let users vote on which one was more attractive? A domain squatter has picked up the domain name after Zuckerberg apparently let it expire.