Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivers the keynote address at Facebook's F8 Developer Conference on April 18, 2017 at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.
Zuckerberg, who famously dropped out of Harvard during his sophomore year and moved to California to build out his social media platform, posted the video a week ahead of Harvard's commencement.
While sitting on his bunk bed, he opens up the acceptance email that would change his life forever. Next week I'm going back for commencement to get my degree. It shows an anxious teenage boy, ready to find out if he got into his dream school, and is being filmed by an excited and proud father.
Dad Zuckerberg (excitedly): "Are you serious?!"
The video has been viewed more than 4 million times as of Friday morning.
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In a Facebook post Friday, Zuckerberg revealed that they were headed to rural ME for a "honeymoon", a trip the couple has taken every year since their marriage.
"I got accepted", he says with a little more emotion. The young entrepreneur, however, is about to receive an honourary degree at Harvard on May 25.
Zuckerberg would go on to Harvard to study psychology and computer science.
"That was definitely not my plan", he said.
What neither of them knew then was that Mark Zuckerberg would never earn that degree. "Now I suppose the cycle is complete", Mr Zuckerberg writes in the comments section on Facebook.
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