Mark Zuckerberg gives Facebook a live tour of his old dorm room
So I figured it would just be fun to hang out and show you guys what the dorm was like, and so let's take a look.
All right, let's go in here, and this is where I programmed Facebook.
It took me about two weeks to code the first version of this.
It was a very simple version that I launched.
In February of 2004.
I like to wake up early, so I would be up at 5 AM in the morning.
And I would work from 5 to 9 and then go to class.
And then when I woke up, Mark went to bed.
So we actually just took shifts.
And that never actually had to fit on 120.
That's true, I was up till five am coding.
Well cuz everyone goes to bed and then it's like when you're programming you want it to be quiet, right, you want the time when you can just hang out and jam on whatever it is you're building.
You have one Hot Pocket left.
It will be the last one.
It's like, do I smell a hot pocket?
We're just like open it up and start eating.
Yo man, that was my last hot pocket.
Then I had to go all the way down to 7-Eleven
And it's Cambridge so it's snowing right.
This isn't like, we're not in Palo Alto anymore guys
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