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Zuckerberg Copies MySpace Tom, Again


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Most Mainland celebrities prefer to live on the Neighbor Islands for its exclusivity and smaller populations, but this isn't the case for two high-tech social media big shots—who are actually social.

In December, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife were spotted vacationing in Hawaii over Christmas. Now, it has been reported that he has bought “several multi-million-dollar units in a 23-story ultra-luxury condominium under development called ONE Ala Moana,” according to a Pacific Business News’ source. While it’s not clear whether or not Zuckerberg will actually be calling ONE Ala Moana his home away from (his other) home, it’s apparent that Zuckerberg is showing interest in Honolulu.

You may not know this, but Tom Anderson, MySpace co-founder and your first MySpace friend, has been living in Hawaii for more than two years. And, if you follow him on Facebook, Twitter or Google+, you'd learn that he likes to travel and take photos. He's taken artistic photos of Hawaii that anyone can appreciate, and has been seen running around in local photographer social circles. He was most recently spotted on the Big Island taking shots of the lava, but you can also check out his other photos of Kaena Point, Waikiki and Chinaman’s Hat.

Who knows, maybe Zuckerberg and Anderson will run into each other at Vintage Cave and have heartfelt conversations about Google+.

Or, maybe not.

 

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