Social Network guru Sean Parker

In The Social Network, Justin Timberlake plays Sean Parker, Facebook’s founding president, and an entrepreneur best known for Napster, which he co-founded at age 19, and which influenced the way people think about and share music. Two years later, Parker co-founded Plaxo, pioneering viral technologies that allow users to easily update contact information and stay in touch with colleagues. He served as Plaxo’s president until 2004, when he joined with Mark Zuckerberg to develop Facebook. Parker was Facebook’s founding president, guiding the company’s early growth and formulating strategies that helped it become the world’s most popular social networking site. His latest company is Causes, which he co-founded in 2007, and which has become the largest online platform for grassroots activism and philanthropy, and the most popular non-game application on Facebook. In addition to founding and leading emerging companies directly, Parker is a managing partner at Founders Fund, a venture capital firm that has backed companies including Facebook, SpaceX (the company NASA hired to resupply the International Space Station), Quantcast, and Mint. This is an excerpt from a roundtable entitled “The Allure of the Hive” held at the Philoctetes Center and moderated by David Kirkpatrick author of the definitive book on Facebook, “The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That is Connecting the World”, Sean Parker talks about his strategy at Facebook.
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  1. tazbo28 says:

    So at 11 min he basically breaks down that early on it was mostly upper-middle class “educated” people on facebook, and non-educated lower class or “materialistic” people on Myspace. So he tried to explain the early “exclusivity” of facebook without insulting myspace users, although im sure 99% of facbook users at some point have had a myspace account.

  2. cisancr says:

    I think this guy is pretty smart!

  3. Ecclesiastical7 says:

    Nice glasses

  4. banksrobyou says:

    @SirLanceMan you sir is boring and unoriginal.

  5. SuperHoffen says:

    blah blah blah blah blah blah blah…zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  6. nightprowler93 says:

    lol Justin Timberlake was like the cool ladys man big shot douchebag….. this guy is just a geek

  7. CR9Nike says:

    That guy looks smart in the movie and in person.
    Mark Zuckerberg seems smart in the movie but really looks stupid when he talks.
    But hey, he’s a billionaira and on paper funny.

  8. 9273941658 says:

    Pretty much a loser.

  9. TheBeats75 says:

    his glasses looks like harry potter

  10. cameron6136 says:

    Coke makes me babble talk.

  11. DrBeakenstein says:

    This interview is like the sequel to Revenge of the Nerds. I can’t stand these twitchy nerds! Nerds! Nerds! Neeeeeeerds!

  12. tubub says:

    This interview is interesting you just have to NOT be a dipshit

  13. 420Kowalski says:

    you give me the amount of cocaine this guys on and I’ll rant for 15 minutes too

  14. nmdeal says:


  15. jsagatu says:

    This guy is hideous. Played by timberlake?

  16. hockeyman110 says:

    @ 1:35 the lady in the back “checked-in” on facebook to the most boring interview ever.

  17. AfroSulfur says:

    ISn’t he KRS ones brother?

  18. SirLanceMan says:

    this dude is boring!

  19. Nichole086 says:

    you will die in seven days if you don’t post this comment on 10 videos in the next hour. if you do, tomorrow will be the best day of your life


    wheres the coke

  21. TheMikster95 says:

    @kalbic no wonder he decided to call anyone of someone knows on facebook a ‘friend’ . he probably didn’t have any and wanted some

  22. zecnobot says:

    @khasseki You want to end the party at 11.

  23. larrydmirving says:

    justin timberlake mustve really wanted to just play the roll cuz him playing this guy is fucking halarious.

  24. MindofaJedi says:

    Facebook was written by the CIA, that is documented fact .

  25. KypHeM says:

    He just described Google + circles lol .

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