Zuckerberg’s first public ‘Community Q&A’ with fans to take place on Facebook on Nov 6
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg will host his first ‘community Q&A’ session on November 6 giving the public an opportunity to ask him any question they want.
It will be held next Thursday at 5 pm Eastern time. That translates to 2.30am IST (Nov 7th). Since it is an open QnA session, stay awake if you want to ask the Facebook CEO any questions. For those not keen on asking any questions, the event will also be live-streamed. It will be an hour-long interaction which will be available as a video on Facebook post the event as well.
For those familiar with Reddit, Zuckerberg’s ‘community Q&A’ is structured around the same format as an AMA (Ask Me Anything). The page already has more than thousands of comments within an hour of the announcement.
The Q&A session marks an expansion on the internal Q&A sessions which he holds with Facebook employees every Friday.
Since the Q&A with Mark Zuckerberg page is already up, some enthusiastic followers have already started asking questions in the comments section on a variety of topics.
A few questions asked by the public included, “Hi Mark, do you think Facebook will be forever free?”, “Do you see Facebook being used in China in future?”, “Can Facebook help struggling non profits to market themselves at reduced cost?” and “How many Instagrams are in a kilogram?” Let’s see what answers Mark has in store.