“Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat down last week with TODAY’s Matt Lauer for his first television interview since the social network’s IPO,” Rosa Golijan reports for Digital Life. “‘I mean, I wear the same thing every day, right? I mean, it’s literally, if you could see my closet,’ Zuckerberg starts to explain, as Lauer asks if he owns 12 of the same gray t-shirt. ‘Maybe about 20,’ Zuckerberg admits.”
“While Zuckerberg’s words don’t seem entirely appropriate in the presence of Lauer — who has found himself on more than one ‘best dressed’ list — they do fit in with the unchanging attire maintained by some other tech leaders and executives, the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs (black turtlenecks, Levi’s 501 jeans) and his successor, Tim Cook (dark, long-sleeved button ups), to name a few,” Golijan reports. “Lauer couldn’t resist nudging Zuckerberg about the iPhone 5. ‘It’s a wonderful device,’ the CEO said, after admitting that Cook sent him the new iPhone model, gratis.”
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MacDailyNews Note: Steve Jobs didn’t wear “turtlenecks.” Steve Jobs wore black mock turtlenecks that were created specifically for him by Japanese designer Issey Miyake.