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TODAY   |  January 31, 2014

Zuckerberg on Facebook’s success: We ‘cared more’

10 years after Mark Zuckerberg created the wildly popular social network, he sits down with Savannah Guthrie to reflect on his site’s evolution from college startup to Internet juggernaut with one billion users. The full interview airs Tuesday.

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>>> next week. facebook is turning 10 years old. think about the impact that this company has had on our culture, our language. it started in a dorm room and it's had such an impact. we sat down with mark zuckerberg for a worldwide exclusive interview and he gave us his thoughts on the last decade. it seems like you've always wanted facebook to be more than just a place to change your vacation pictures or maybe stalk an ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend but you really seem to want it to change the world .

>> i thought that was this incredibly important thing to have happen but i just never thought we'd be the ones to help do it. when i look back over the last ten years, one of the questions i ask myself is why? why were we the ones to help do that? i think a lot of what it comes down to is we just cared more.

>> pretty interesting to walk around the facebook campus, as i know you have. he is in a reflective mood. hitting a lot of milestones. he turns 30 this year as well. it is great to catch up with him. the full interview is tuesday.

>> plus, he waulks around in his jeans and t-shirt. nobody bats an eye.

>> what's funny, he told me he has a new outfit. it looks a little like the old outfit but he's