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What Mark Zuckerberg and Betty White Have in Common



    What Mark Zuckerberg and Betty White Have in Common
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    Betty White and Mark Zuckerberg will be inducted into the California Hall of Fame 2010.

    Actress Betty White and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg have a date in Sacramento Wednesday night. You might not think the two have a lot in common, but they are among the folks chosen for the 2010 California Hall of Fame.

    The induction will be a star-studded affair hosted by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and First Lady Maria Shriver.

    In all, 14 people will be added to the list of who's who in California history who are honored for making their mark on the Golden State. 

    This years inductees are:

    1. Edmund G. "Pat" Brown
    2. James Cameron
    3. John Doerr
    4. A. P. Giannini
    5. Merle Haggard
    6. Anne Lamott
    7. George Schultz
    8. Dr. Kevin Starr
    9. Levi Strauss
    10. Barbra Streisand
    11. Wayne Thiebaud
    12. Betty White
    13. Serena Williams
    14. Mark Zuckerberg

    Gov.-elect Jerry Brown will attend the ceremony as his late father, former Gov. Edmund G. "Pat" Brown is inducted.

    Bright and early Wednesday a new exhibit featuring mementos of their careers will open.

    It includes:

    • A life-size Terminator statue from Cameron's blockbuster movie starring Schwarzenegger.
    • The pilot script from Golden Girls signed by the original cast and an Emmy® won by comedienne Betty White
    • A recreated office of Governor Edmund G. “Pat” Brown containing  desk, chair, lamp, blotter and a marlin caught by the former California governor
    • The restored 1933 Lincoln automobile owned by Bank of America founder and father of modern banking, A.P. Giannini
    • Custom suit, gold records and Fender Haggard Tuff Dog guitar played by country music legend Merle Haggard
    • Several costumes worn by music and film icon Barbra Streisand in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, My Name Is Barbra and Yentl; her first contract with the Bon Soir; albums, tickets, movie posters and rare Broadway billboard from Funny Girl
    • Wayne Thiebaud gallery personally containing works selected by the artist himself