September 23, 2010 by USA Post
Facebook Crash, Facebook, for a time, crashed on Thursday. Commerce, and we knew that an impasse. The children were crying. The workers were forced to work, you know. Meanwhile last newsfeed this morning to watch the movie on Facebook – where all this was predicted.
Well, not quite.
There is a social networking scene in which Jesse Eisenberg, playing a young Mark Zuckerberg, has nearly collapsed. He is in California, on the phone with a key financier in New York that just clamp down on cash. Zuckerberg knows that if the money down, if the servers and their connections out mean the end of the dream. (More on Facebook: Photos from inside the headquarters of Facebook)
The argument goes something like fiction: Facebook never sets. It is always there – always reliable. While other similar sites in scales and occasionally blink out, Facebook is still strong. And the big screen Zuckerberg knows that if Facebook goes down for a day, might as well cancel the whole thing, students will find their way to something else.
Now flash foward. Like any Facebook user knows, the site has been a reliable platform for years. As regards provision of news, it certainly seems much more stable than, for example, Twitter sizzling with regularity. But now Facebook has been reduced today, several times, just before the Facebook movie – on the same day that most people learned about Zuckerberg and 100 million grants to Newark Public Schools. (Fashion in Facebook: Top 10 most popular fashion houses)
No word yet on Zuckerberg’s reaction to the cuts on Thursday, but here’s betting that the big screen by Jesse Eisenberg Zuckerberg had a few choice words for whoever run the show today.
Life imitates art – to the chagrin of anyone with Farmville to water crops.
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