Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, visited Harvard University on Monday for the first time since he dropped out to move Facebook to California.
No, he wasn't back to finish his studies -- he was recruiting. Zuckerberg visited both his almost-alma mater and fellow Boston-based school the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to talk to students about their own start-ups and to tell them about oppurtunities with the company he started while he was at school, the story of which was told in the Oscar-winning movie The Social Network last year.
PC Magazine reported a Facebook statement saying Zuckerberg is eager to connect with computer science and engineering students from some of the best schools in the world, and may well be tomorrow's Facebook innovators.
At least one student compared seeing Zuckerberg speak Monday to the scene in The Social Network where Zuckerberg himself goes to see inspiring words from another technology legend--Bill Gates.