In 2010, the 26-year-old Facebook founder recreated how humans communicated. Company biographer David Kirkpatrick gives 10 reasons he deserves Time’s Person of the Year.
Many ask whether at a mere 26, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg could possibly merit being named Person of the Year by Time magazine. For them it’s like Obama getting the Nobel Prize in the first year of his presidency. Perhaps merited, but premature.
From my vantagepoint, having chronicled Facebook and Zuckerberg’s story, there is irrefutable logic in recognizing Zuckerberg’s uniquely historic impact on the world. A legitimate question remains