You might've heard in the past that Facebook King Mark Zuckerberg is a self-confessed Green Day fan. I remember seeing him mention it at one of his previous conferences, and he found an opportunity to bring it up again in a presentation at the F8 Developer Conference in San Francisco last week.

You can see it below. It's pretty interesting to watch, but if you want to skip to the Green Day part, that starts at around the 6 minute mark.



I'm pretty happy to see him talking about Green Day, although it's a funny situation given the band's stance on the social networking site in the past.

Thanks to Chad Kasim for sending this news.
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