Q & A

“Rather than love, than money, than fame, give me truth.”
― Henry David Thoreau

Question: Was Erica Albright real? (Quora)
Answer: I’m a real person. “Erica Albright” is a character loosely based off of my existence.

Question: Was there anyone by name Erica Albright in Harvard when Mark Zuckerberg was studying there? (Quora)
Answer: No. “Erica Albright” is a character based off of my existence. I did not attend Harvard or Boston University.

Question: In the age of Facebook, how has Jessica Alona managed to remain so hidden? (Quora)
Answer: Just like “Erica Albright” a character loosely based off my existence. “Jessica Alona” is also a made up name to keep my true identity hidden. I am also not American, I am Canadian. I did not attend Harvard or Boston University. After Mark and I had a falling out during the early months of 2005, I avoided anything to do with Facebook for several years.

Question: Is Mark Zuckerberg still in touch with Erica Albright? (Quora)
Answer: “Erica Albright” is a character based off of my existence. Mark Zuckerberg and I lost touch during the early months of 2005 after an argument we had.

Question: Did Mark Zuckerberg send a friend request to Erica Albright? (Quora)
Answer: “Erica Albright” is a character loosely based off my existence. But yes, there actually was a time Mark sent me a friend request and I did not accept.

Question: How do you feel about Mark Zuckerberg and facebook being in the news a lot lately? (2018)
Answer: Read my response here in my blog.

Question: How do you reason with reality? What steps do you take to make sure you live the best possible life going forward? You are obviously much stronger than I am, I would have driven myself insane replaying scenarios in my head of what I could have done differently. (Hisaki C. 2019)
Answer: In order to come to grips with reality… you firstly have to understand it is what it is and accept it for what it is… make peace with it. If reality is not ideal or desirable you must never give up hope or determination to change the course of it or make the best of it. Acceptance is crucial to moving forward.
I’ve always cared about Mark and I am happy to see that in this lifetime he got to fulfill his dreams by utilizing every opportunity that presented itself to him.
… I once told him that he was very privileged to be attending Harvard and to not let opportunities pass him by and to make the most of them. Always aim to gain something from them all. Never let opportunities go to waste because there are a lot of people like me in the world that are underprivileged and won’t have the same opportunities as him.
I never wasted too much time replaying scenarios on what I could have done differently… because they could never be reality.
I however have replayed… almost every interaction we have had between us many times over… every memorable conversation we had between us and it is very hard to relive it all over again in your mind… knowing… the current outcome… and that has actually put me in and out of depression because… I thought we were both on the same page in agreeance that… our friendship would never die and we both would never forget each other…
Through the years I have had many difficulties with all that… especially being forgotten… it is sad to be forgotten… nobody likes to be forgotten.
I’ll never forget him and I will always keep hope in my heart that one day he will remember me.
Some people think it’s useless to hold onto that hope… but if something is important to you… never lose hope based on other people’s opinions. Always stay true to yourself and what you feel is best for yourself because you are the only one that truly understands your heart, your mission in life and your needs best than anyone else.

Question: 15 years later, would you have still felt so strongly about Mark Zuckerberg had his title been e.g.”Software Engineer, Microsoft” versus CEO, Facebook. (Hisaki C. 2019)
Answer: Yes, Mark was my friend. I cared deeply for him… beyond his knowing. Mark will always be just Mark to me… regardless of any title.
I’m sure a majority of people that care about a friend would care about their friend regardless of any titles or circumstances.

Question: Is Mark Zuckerberg creepy? (Quora)
Answer: “Creepy” usually means to make someone feel nervous or frightened… Causing a sense to feel uneasy.

My answer is simply: No, not at all.

Question: Was Mark Zuckerberg actually drunk when he initially made Facebook? (Quora)
Answer: No. facebook wasn’t made overnight.

Question: Is it true that Mark Zuckerberg is Rockefeller’s child? (Quora)
Answer: No. He is the ingenious son of Karen and Edward Zuckerberg.

Question: Is it true that Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook to make fun of women based solely on their looks? (Quora)
Answer: No.

Question: Does Mark Zuckerberg have siblings? (Quora)
Answer: Yes. Mark Zuckerberg has 3 sisters Randi, Donna and Arielle.

Question: Is it true that Mark Zuckerberg has Ukrainian roots in his family? (Quora)
Answer: I’m not 100% sure. I’m partly Ukrainian and Polish. When Mark Zuckerberg and I were friends back in 2003 one thing we talked about having in common was that we both had Polish roots. If I am remembering correctly Mark’s Polish roots are from his Mothers side of the family. His father might have some Polish roots as well but I think his father’s roots are also Hungarian. I think some of Mark’s Great great Grandparents on his fathers side were from Galicia. My Ukrainian Great grandmother was from Galicia. A lot of Ukrainian, Polish, Hungarian and Germans can usually trace their roots to Galicia, so it is possible that Mark could have some Ukrainian roots but I cannot 100% confirm this because I can’t remember if he mentioned it or not… It was a long time ago.

2 Comments on “Q & A”

  1. On the early versions of facebook I did accept Mark’s friend requests but under the alias of “Jade” because my username at the time on MySpace was Jade010684 But when I created an account with my real name I didn’t accept his request because I wanted my involvement with Facebook to be private. Mark knew that though and it did bother him a bit but… that’s what I wanted.


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