The video's main points from CEO Mark Zuckerberg and others?
- You don't need a lot of experience to make a big difference.
- Be bold, because what's being attempted has never been done.
- You can touch the lives of hundreds of millions every day.
- The company maintains a "David vs. Goliath" feeling.
- Passionate individuals can champion ideas, regardless of org chart.
- Facebook is about empowering human connections.
- The devices you use should feel like there are people there, and they are conduits to people you know.
In the video, Zuckerberg says, "It's really early. If you look at the type of information that people share, it's all very simple. The amount of context that people can have about the world around them, the type of sharing that people want to be able to do, the type of things that you want to be able to learn about the people around you, it's really just getting started."
I was personally pleased to see FriendFeed alumni Bret Taylor and Sanjeev Singh, both previous Googlers, featured.
Like Twitter's fun, this too is a convincing video that just might make you jealous you don't have an FB.com address, and it just might encourage some folks on the fence about sending their resume to Palo Alto to do just that.