This week, GQ Magazine unleashed its style department on Silicon Valley and named
Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, worst dressed. Zuckerberg is no Karl Lagerfeld and probably spends more time acquiring private user data than accessorizing, but style waits for no bitch. Let us bask in the uncoordinated glory of Facebook’s fashion-challenged founder:
I don’t care if you’re the CEO of a billion dollar website; wear real shoes.
“Mark! I’m Katy Perry, you couldn’t wear something nice? With a collar?”
It’s called an iron. Google it.
Zuckerberg should take notes from my favorite, swagged out supastar, Justin Bieber:
He may be young Zuckerberg, but his swag is on point.
In Facebook News:
Randi Zuckerberg leaves Facebook to start social media firm.
Germans angry about Facebook’s “illegal” facial recognition features.
In Google News:
Google vents about patent war with Apple, Microsoft.
Google is bringing back realtime search. Thank you, Google+.
In Apple News:
South Korea fines Apple $2,855 over location data.
In Hacker News:
United Nations, multinational networks hacked by Chinese. [VIDEO] China silent on accusations.
Energy plants at risk of cyber attacks, researchers.
In Addicted-to-Instagram News:
Instagram celebrates 150 millionth photo. Hipsters party like it’s 1989.
In Why-Is-This-News News:
[INFOGRAPHIC] Survey: Cellphones vs. Sex, which wins?
Swedish man arrested for DIY nuclear reactor.
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