Sure you could watch 9 hours of testimony (Day 1 on CSPAN, Day 2 on CSPAN) but just to put it in one place, here are the takes that I found insightful. I’ll add to this post when I find things so please add something in the comments too.
The New York Times’ Podcast The Daily had a great wrap-up of each day and are worth listening to in order.
For a historical context, here’s a 2003 post in The Harvard Crimson about another site that was more popular than anticipated and drew criticism.
Anil Dash, central to the creation of early blogger communities, speaks the wiseman in a short video addressed to Facebook employees. “We can’t have it both ways. We can’t say we’re able to change the world and pretend it’s not our fault when we do.”
There were many photos, here are some of my favorites.
Then there were the memes
Zuck’s testimony in DC even reverberated all the way over to the TED conference that was being held in Vancouver. Here’s early internet pioneer talking about the Internet’s Original Sin.