The Social Network

The book was frankly a “tech soap opera” as one industry friend put it, so when I saw that the Tomatometer for The Social Network was 97%, my jaw was on the floor.

After I saw the movie the first time, I knew why. After the second time, I appreciated it even more.

It has nothing to do with how it tracks reality — or not. It’s how well David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin crafted a modern morality play that can’t get much more relevant. Especially for those of us working on The Social Web 2.0.

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About Drummond Reed

Internet entrepreneur in identity, personal data, and trust frameworks
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