The list, which was released on Thursday, also includes a number of people whose use of technology propelled them into the spotlight, including key Egyptian revolution figure Wael Ghonim, Newark Mayor Cory Booker and the ever-present Justin Bieber.
Zuckerberg’s inclusion on the list should come as no surprise given he was named Time’s “Person of the Year for 2010,” a distinction that many thought would go to Assange, who is the founder of WikiLeaks. In returning to the role of CEO at Google, Page also became all the more significant, with his collegiate graduate adviser writing in Time that he expects Page “to pursue things that seem unreasonable and unreachable — until the very moment they become a reality.”
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- Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars, Chris Colfer Make Time’s 100 Most Influential List (mtv.com)
- Christie, Zuckerberg Make TIME’s 100 Most Influential People List (newyork.cbslocal.com)
- Introducing the TIME 100 for 2011 (techland.time.com)
- Here Are The 10 Most Influential Media People This Year (According To The TIME 100) (businessinsider.com)
- Bradley Manning Overtakes Julian Assange In Time.com Influence Poll (blogs.forbes.com)
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