What Mark Learned

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As personal goal that many interpreted as a trial balloon for a presidential campaign, Mark Zuckerberg has spent the last year traveling to all 50 states. He’s done now, and he’s posting about it.

The Facebook founder sure learned a lot from his covertly-arranged jaunt into the lives of others. A (heavily-edited) transcript of Zuckerberg’s post-mortem with University of Kansas provost Neeli Bendapudi that he posted on Facebook today includes the terms “community” or “communities” 64 times, “group(s)” 18 times, and “organization(s)” an additional five.

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Community was, according to Zuckerberg, the most important thing he learned from spending time with non-billionaires.

HMM, IF ONLY THERE WERE A GIANT TECH COMPANY SELLING “COMMUNITY.”

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