FACEBOOK FOUNDER Mark Zuckerberg has done what the whole world is clamouring to do, join Google+, his rival's social networking experiment.
Invites have only been around since Thursday and after much scrabbling The INQUIRER got one last night. A hands-on review will appear later, but even we were beaten to membership by young Zuckerberg who, as the brains behind Facebook, is facing a significant challenge.
According to the 'isn't she fat?' and 'oooh, look who's in a bikini' UK newspaper the Daily Mail, the account might actually be fake, and Zuckerberg might not actually have created a public profile on a headline grabbing assault on his business after all.
"With a short biography that simply states 'I make things', perhaps he wanted to check out the competition," reports the Mail. "It is more likely, however, that the account is fake and was placed on Google+ to poke fun at the Facebook chief executive."
Who woulda thunk it? µ
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