I couldn’t pick three, so I went with four winners. I learned a lot from the hundred or so comments that came in, and I am busy preparing for the show next week. It was hard to narrow them down, but I had to. If you won, congrats!
I’ll be reaching out to the winners via email for their free We2 passes, but here are the comments!
* Dominic Son says:
* # October 22, 2008 11:57 PM
“Besides Yahoo, how’s everything going?”
(On Jerry Yang)
* Ian Kennedy says:
* # October 28, 2008 2:53 PM
Do you forsee a time when Intel will embed social features into its hardware? Microsoft tied it’s activation to Windows activation. Would Intel ever offer the ability for users on Facebook and other social networks be able to uniquely identify itself to a social graph and the associated permissions via the Intel chip?
(On Paul Otellini)
* Mike Johnson says:
* # October 28, 2008 2:03 PM
The Live Strong movement (and they visual representation of the yellow bracelet) almost defined “virality” and community for this decade. The copy cats are rolling in to this day. What did you learn from that experience? What does it take to truly engage people to the point of action?
(On Lance Armstrong)
* Narendra says:
* # October 28, 2008 6:41 PM
While we’d like to think that all successful entrepreneurs have the fearless composure of a poker player like Phil Ivy, most of us behind a closed office door have found ourselves exhaling the words “holy shit.” You’ve had quite a ride so far and it isn’t over.
For fun, rewind just a bit, and tell us, what you might be doing right now if your were *not* building Facebook?
(On Mark Zuckerberg)