VANESSA LEE, PRESENTER: The last time we checked, it was February 2016.
The latest is March 2020.
I’m in the middle of a new book about the life of the global billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, and he’s already written his own book about it.
It’s called “Wealth, Politics and the Future of the Planet”.
The book tells the story of Mark Zuckerberg and the extraordinary rise of the world’s richest person.
So what’s the story here?
Well, there’s lots of good stories.
It is a story about the extraordinary growth of the tech industry.
And there are also plenty of bad stories, which is what we’re going to look at in this series.
So we’ll start with the good, then we’ll move on to the bad, and then we will take a look at what happened when Mark Zuckerberg came to power.
But first, let’s look at Mark Zuckerberg’s life.
What’s Mark Zuckerberg?
Mark Zuckerberg was born on January 3, 1959, in California, to American parents, Mark and Helen.
He’s now 54.
In the 1960s, Mark Zuckerberg went to college in New York.
“It was an amazing time,” he told the New York Times in 2002.
At first, Mark was not too bright, and his friends were not too supportive of his plans to start Facebook.
But then something amazing happened.
He and his wife, Priscilla Chan, were married on June 10, 1979.
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscillia Chan were engaged in 1981.
They had five children.
The couple had four children together.
As Mark and Prissilias’ marriage became increasingly strained, Mark found himself drawn to his family.
After he graduated from Harvard in 1983, Mark took a job as a marketing manager for a major corporation, and was given a $25,000 severance package for leaving.
His wife and two daughters moved in with him, and Mark took up a position as a professor at Columbia University, where he lectured.
That was the end of Mark’s Harvard career.
Then in 1995, Mark went to work at Microsoft, the parent company of the company that he had helped found.
It was there that he met his future wife Priscila Chan, and she fell in love with him.
On February 5, 1996, Mark sold his shares of Microsoft for $21 million.
Priscilla and Mark split up a few years later.
During the course of the next decade, Mark lived a life that was often overshadowed by his marriage and his kids.
However, the life Mark lived was a happy one, and it was filled with adventures, family and work.
One of those adventures was on the Caribbean island of St Kitts.
St Kitts was an island off the coast of Ireland.
Its name is not exactly well known in the US.
Yet its residents were quite proud of its rich history.
There were two distinct cultures here.
This was a small island nation, with no major cities.
Many of the islanders were descendants of Irish immigrants who had settled here.
There were also large Irish and Scottish communities, which included a large number of English speaking people.
So the islander culture was a little bit different from the English-speaking community in New England.
For example, St Kitt’s people had many Gaelic words for food, such as haggis and bangers and mash.
These words were the first words that came to Mark’s mind when he began to learn Irish.
Because of the Irish influence, he knew that Irish people spoke Irish, too.
And he found that the language was also a little more complex than English.
Although Mark could speak the Irish language fluently, he found himself not really familiar with Irish customs and rituals.
When Mark arrived on St Kitt, he quickly discovered that there were lots of differences between the Irish culture and the English one.
Like Mark, many of the locals spoke a different language to English, too, including English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Portuguese-Brazilian, and the more recent English-language dialects like Dutch.
Even so, Mark had his own customs and traditions.
Unlike Mark, his English-speakers were much more accepting of his Irish-speaking neighbours.
They also took great pride in the island’s Irish heritage, which they called the St. Kitts legacy.
A couple of years later, Mark moved to London.
By the time he arrived in London, Mark’s parents had already divorced and his younger brother was already living with his grandmother in Australia.
Instead of finding himself alone in London and being the sole breadwinner in his family, Mark decided to stay with his grandparents, who had moved to the UK in 1959.
Meanwhile, Mark stayed with his aunt and uncle in