As far as the concept goes, I don’t think it’s actually executed that well. The layout's kind of foolish and the processing is terrible, as a tool. When I see the media heralding Zuckerburg, putting him up on a pedestal of genius and mentioned in the same breathe as Steve Jobs, I highly disagree with that. He was in the right place at the right time, with a functional tool. I think if something came along doing what Facebook does and was just a lot better at it, then, well, most people use Facebook because everyone’s on Facebook but then you see how quickly Friendster and MySpace crashed.-Trent Reznor
Trent Reznor on Why Facebook Sucks
Zuckerburg certainly should not have been named over Julian Assange of WikiLeaks (the apparent original choice of the magazine) as Time's "Person of the Year" , but then, when your "news" magazine is simply a shill for the state, you give in to your master's wishes.