Apparently Facebook's Q&A with its founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg went well, because the company is holding another event featuring Zuckerberg at 2 p.m. Dec. 11, according to the social network.
This time lucky questioners could get tickets to the event held at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., according to a Facebook post. The last Q&A held earlier this month was live-streamed, so those who don't get a ticket can still see what's going on and see if their posted question is answered by Zuckerberg.
Success of the event was likely measured by how Zuckerberg seemed during the "interview," and how he came off to the public. NBC News called his answers "may not have been revelatory, but they were interesting." Entrepreneur reported, "Zuckerberg held court for a little over an hour, discussing everything from the decline of organic reach to the 'hurtful' nature of The Social Network film."
The success is also based on how much publicity the social network received -- which was pretty major. Not bad for answering a few questions for an hour and not really opening up too much about Facebook policy or your personal life.