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Advertising works most effectively when it's in line with what people are already trying to do.
I personally don't invest in a lot of companies because I think it would be a conflict of interest and Facebook doesn't typically either.
If a product costs $10,000 or $20,000 it has limited use. This is what the first computers cost! Only when almost everyone is able to afford it will it be a real thing.
Berlin definitely has one of the most vibrant of the startup scenes that I have seen. Not really just across Europe, but across the whole world in terms of cities. It's an interesting dynamic.
I mostly built stuff that I liked.
This is a perverse thing, personally, but I would rather be in the cycle where people are underestimating us. It gives us latitude to go out and make big bets that excite and amaze people.
A guy who makes a new chair doesn't owe money to everyone who ever built a chair.
I think people tend to be worried about every new technology that comes along.
People often say that it is easier to predict the way things are going to be 10 to 20 years in the future than to predict how it is going to be 3 years from now.
Right now, with social networks and other tools on the Internet, all of these 500 million people have a way to say what they're thinking and have their voice be heard.
In the olden times, privacy was good. Today people want to share, people are more open.
People can be really smart or have skills that are directly applicable, but if they don't really believe in it, then they are not going to really work hard.
What really motivates people at Facebook is building stuff that they're proud of.
We also have a dog. His name's Beast. He's a sheepdog. He's super cute. I love him.
The thing that we are trying to do at Facebook is just help people connect and communicate more efficiently.
I know it sounds corny, but I’d love to improve people’s lives, especially socially… Making the world more open is not an overnight thing. It’s a ten-to-fifteen-year thing.
Mobile is a lot closer to TV than it is to desktop.
I started the site when I was 19. I didn't know much about business back then.
People don't care about what someone says about you in a movie--or even what you say, right? They care about what you build.
All of my friends who have younger siblings who are going to college or high school - my number one piece of advice is: You should learn how to program.
I think as a company, if you can get two things right--having a clear direction on what you are trying to do and bringing in great people who can execute on the stuff--then you can do pretty well.
Our mission is to make the world more open and connected. We do this by giving people the power to share whatever they want and be connected to whoever they want, no matter where they are.
The question I ask myself like almost every day is: ‘Am I doing the most important thing I could be doing?' Unless I feel like I’m working on the most important problem that I can help with, then I’m not going to feel good about how I’m spending my time. And that’s what this company is.
Every application will be designed from the ground up to use real identity and friends.
What Facebook stands for in the world is giving people a voice and spreading ideas and rationalism.
We look for people who are passionate about something. In a way, it almost doesn’t matter what you’re passionate about. What we really look for when we’re interviewing people is what they’ve shown an initiative to do on their own.
Companies face a handful of different risks, whether it is competitors or different market environments. But I think that people focus way too much on competitors and not enough on their own execution
By giving people the power to share, we're making the world more transparent.
Helping a billion people connect is amazing, humbling and by far the thing I am most proud of in my life.
I'm trying to make the world a more open place by helping people connect and share.
The most important thing is to keep your team as small as possible.
The question I ask myself like almost everyday is 'Am I doing the most important thing I could be doing?
You grow more when you get more people's perspective.
The biggest risk is not taking any risk... In a world that changing really quickly, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail is not taking risks.
Move fast, take risks, it's okay to try big things you're better off trying something and having it not work and learning from that than having not done anything at all.
If you actually do something you love it's a lot easier and takes on a lot more purpose.
When you want to change things, you can't please everyone. If you do please everyone, you aren't making enough progress.
If things aren’t breaking, then you’re not moving fast enough. People learn by making mistakes.
If you don't risk anything you risk everything
Don't discount yourself, no matter what you're doing. Everyone has a unique perspective that they can bring to the world.
If Facebook were a country, it would be the 8th most populated in the world, just ahead of Japan.
Advertising works most effectively when it’s in line with what people are already trying to do.
People developed planes first and then took care of flight safety. If people were focused on safety first, no one would ever have built a plane.
The ability to share whole scenes form our lives will be a valuable thing over time.
We also have a dog. His name’s Beast. He’s a sheepdog. He’s super cute. I love him.
I generally think if you do good things for people in the world, that comes back and you benefit from it over time.
All of my friends who have younger siblings who are going to college or high school – my number one piece of advice is: You should learn how to program.
If you think about companies that were built in Silicon Valley, a lot of them early on were chip companies. And now the companies that are there, like Apple, are much more successful than any of the chip companies were.
It is important for young entrepreneurs to be adequately self-aware to know what they do not know.
I just think people have a lot of fiction. But, you know, I mean, the real story of Facebook is just that we’ve worked so hard for all this time. I mean, the real story is actually probably pretty boring, right? I mean, we just sat at our computers for six years and coded.
Of course, hate speech and racism have no place on Facebook.
In a world that’s changing so quickly, you’re guaranteed to fail if you don’t take any risks.
Our strategy is very horizontal. We’re trying to build a social layer for everything. Basically we’re trying to make it so that every app everywhere can be social whether it’s on the web, or mobile, or other devices.
“I do everything on my phone as a lot of people do.
We are working hard to build a service that everyone, everywhere can use, whether they are a person, a company, a president or an organisation working for change.
I actually do think you’re seeing this trend towards organizations just caring more about their brand and engaging. And so I think Home Depot will want to humanize itself. I think that’s a lot of why companies are starting blogs, are just giving more insight into what’s going on with them.
We just cared more about connecting the world than anyone else. And we still do today.
The point of Facebook isn’t the features, it’s the people.
If you recognize that self-driving cars are going to prevent car accidents, AI will be responsible for reducing one of the leading causes of death in the world.
Connecting the world is really important, and that is something that we want to do. That is why Facebook is here on this planet.