Yes, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared a video, when he found out that he got into Harvard. Zuckerberg clicks on the mail from Harvard and lets out an unenthusiastic "Yay", before he says to his dad, "I got accepted".
Despite later dropping out of the prestigious educational mecca, it was while at Harvard that Mark, now 33, developed the idea for his social media platform that would change the social habits of the world. "Next week I'm going back for commencement to get my degree".
You can hear the once ubiquitous AOL instant messenger chimes as Zuckerberg presumably blasted the good news to his friends.
"My dad took this video when I got accepted to Harvard". The video went viral over the internet in no time with over 4 million views within 18 hours of upload.
The young Zuckerberg, in the video, high-fives his father after reading his acceptance letter and then Edward Zuckerberg goes on to introduce his son as one of the newest members of Harvard. But that changes next week when he is scheduled to speak at Harvard's commencement and where he said he will receive his degree. "Now I suppose the cycle is complete", he posted. "I bet them I'd get a degree", Zuckerberg writes.