The Social Network: Gentlemen of Harvard

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Technology doesn’t materialize out of thin air; it’s made by people. And those people aren’t necessarily good people.

This week’s movie, “The Social Network,” is a heavily dramatized telling of how Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg disrupted Harvard University, then colleges everywhere and then the world. The only problem — at least as seen here with Aaron Sorkin’s name on the screenplay — is that he also upended his personal relationships along the way.

You can stream “The Social Network” for $3 from Amazon, iTunes, Vudu or Google Play, or download it for $9-10 from all of those places. 

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