When Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning launched their latest startup this morning — a social video chat service called Airtime — you can bet that one person hoping for its success was Parker’s longtime pal and onetime business partner, Mark Zuckerberg.
Zuckerberg wasn’t on hand at the celeb-filled launch in New York City — though Zuck was spotted on Airtime later in the day — and this wasn’t a Facebook event by any means. But the pitch by Parker, who was Facebook’s founding president and still owns a chunk of the newly public company, at times sounded very much like Zuckerberg — at least the Zuckerberg who talks about connecting all of humanity.
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