Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is surrounded by media and security as he drums up investor support in New York before FB goes public.
Not everyone will be able to invest in one of those coveted pre-IPO shares of Facebook.
But, assuming you've got a computer, everyone will be able to see the 31-minute online pitch Mark Zuckerberg and his team are blasting, from...where else? Facebook.
Log onto the investment "Retail Roadshow" featuring Zuck himself telling the "Facebook story" and why it's such a great investment opportunity. (Before seeing the video, viewers are strongly advised to read the entire SEC report before investing.) The IPO is expected to be offered on May 18.
"I grew up using the Internet," Zuckerberg starts off saying in the video. And then he launches into a spiel about how "people" and photographs of them -- were never part of the computer world. Until Facebook.
Also featured in the film are Chief Financial Officer David Ebersman, Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and Vice President of Product Chris Cox.
Facebook hopes to raise more than $10 billion, which would make it the largest initial public offering in Silicon Valley.