What did Larry Summers really think of the Winklevoss twins? "Rarely, have I encountered such swagger, and I tried to respond in kind," the former president of Harvard said in an interview at Fortune's Brainstorm Tech conference. Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss were at Harvard at the same time that Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook, and they had come to Summers for help in their fight for a piece of the action. Summers dismissed them, a scene dramatized in the movie the "Social Network." Summers didn't try to dispel the portrayal. "One of the things you learn as a college president is that if an undergraduate is wearing a tie and jacket on Thursday afternoon at three o'clock, there are two possibilities. One is that they're looking for a job and have an interview; the other is that they are an a**hole. This was the latter case." [Fortune]
Jack Dorsey Learning The Hard Way That Larry Summers Has No Quiet Period
L-Summs ain't never been about keeping it to himself.