Vanity Fair's 100 Most Influential People

The geeks shall inherit the earth? Vanity Fair made a list of the 100 most influential people, and internet geeks dominate the top slots.

1. Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook)
2. Steve Jobs (Apple)
3. Sergey Brin, Larry Page, and Erick Schmidt (Google)
4. Rupert Murdoch (News Corp)
5. Jeff Bezos (Amazon)
6. Bernard Arnault (LVMH)
7. Michael Bloomberg (mayor of New York City)
8. Larry Ellison (Oracle)
9. Evan Williams and Biz Stone (Twitter)
10. John Malone (Liberty Media)

All 100 are profiled at Vanity Fair. Link -via Holy Kaw!

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How could you possibly quantify Zuckerberg as being more powerful than anyone else in the top ten (yes, he has money, but website provides zero public service and is relatively politically neutral)? Not even close to neat...
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Except that this list is completely made up. Those people don't have any power.

It's nonsense. It's a few names of rich people written down in no specific order.

It makes you wonder if the people who come up with this really have as little intellect or try to play it down for their audience.

Ok, next try at never looking at neatorama again.
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It's amazing the large douche factor comprising the top 10. It's been proven that Zuckerberg wants to sell all our information from Facebook and he's #1. Jobs is self righteous (although I can't help but be a fanboy of his products) and Google will soon own half of the world.

And there's Rupert...

Not to mention that fact that people have been touting the death knell for Twitter for two years. Hah!
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