In evolutionary terms, the times of technology and its adaptation in society move at a higher velocity than ever before. I give you as an example, this video from 2005 published by The Verge, interviewing the youg Mark Zuckerberg who we see almost in black and white if we think of the changes we've seen in communications and social networks. It's almost dizzying when you think that this was only a little over a decade ago.
Facebook, online directory for universities
The Verge shows a relaxed CEO of Facebook sitting on a sofa, with shorts, not yet dressing in his classic uniform of a grey shirt and jeans. With a red cup in his hands he drinks beer while explaining what is Facebook in one of his first known interviews.
Interview with Mark Zuckerberg
In the conversation, Mark defines the social network as an "onine directory" for universities. It's the social network's true prehistory. The interviewer tells viewers that the company is "Facebook dot com".
The company was in Palo Alto, in essence a residence for students of Silicon Valley as they continued their university education, while Mark and his colleagues started their adventure.
It's a true journey through time that reveals something more than one of the protagonists of our time and worldwide, undisputed reference of the social and technological arena.