|The Social Netwrok|
Before the film, and also during the film, I wanted to know what was his story; the story of the man who founded Facebook. Many stories I've heard about him, I wanted to know which one of them is true. I was prepared that he's a bad guy. One of the stories I heard about him is that he violated the privacy of his colleagues at Harvard by posting their profiles on his graduation project; claimed to be Facebook. He didn't even get graduated as the film shows, however, it shows enough how bad he was.
After the film, I had a discussion with a friend of mine, who was also excited about the film, or maybe about Mark Zuckerberg himself. We talked about how such a simple idea turned him into the youngest billionaire in the world. We talked how the sole idea of mySpace was to emphasize how secure your information is while, on the other hand, Facebook was selling the idea of publishing your profile online and letting everybody search for you.
Personally, I started thinking. What an idea can I come up with that makes a billionaire out of me? Not for being a billionaire but rather to satisfy my ambition. I'm 29 now, I recalled those days when I was at college, I had so many ideas. Now, I'm so busy with doing my tasks at work and stepping forward in my career path. The question here is: do I have to make a choice between the security of being employed and the risk of entrepreneurship? If the answer is yes, I guess it's going to be a hard decision.