The first time I went to a party, I was asked what I wanted.
I told my friend I was a video producer and she told me to “take a picture.”
And then I got the idea.
Facebook has just launched a new feature that lets you take pictures of yourself as you walk down the street and upload them to your Facebook wall.
You can use the new feature to capture your personal and professional moments in a new way, and you can share them with friends and family, too.
“The Facebook app has just been launched,” Zuckerberg said in a video posted to his page last week.
“So, now you can take pictures.
It’s all about capturing moments and making them into something bigger than you.
And when you share them, you can tag them with your friends.”
Zuckerberg’s video has more than 300,000 views, but he’s been trying to get the word out for months about the feature.
Last week, he released a video with a similar idea called “Take a Picture of Me” that was a huge hit on YouTube.
The new feature is a direct result of Facebook’s $1 billion acquisition of Oculus VR in March.
Facebook was one of several tech companies that jumped on board to buy the company in order to get into virtual reality.
But Zuckerberg and his team of executives believe that the new features will eventually catch on.
“I think there’s a real opportunity for a lot of people to start creating videos on the new platform,” Zuckerberg says in the video.
“And it’ll be really powerful.”