The Winklevoss Twins—the hunky identical twins who claim Mark Zuckerberg stole the idea for Facebook from them at Harvard—are still hopping mad! Apparently you can't even interview them without being inundated with the tiniest details of Zuckerberg's betrayal.
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss are suing Facebook (in Federal Court!) again, unsatisfied with the $65 million settlement they won the first time around. They claim that first settlement was based on a misleading undervaluation of shares by Facebook. And in an interview with the Times, they make it very clear they are not even close to putting this all behind them:
As they talked about the Facebook case, no detail was too small to omit, from where they first met Mr. Zuckerberg (the Kirkland House dining room) to the layout of Mr. Zuckerberg's dorm room, to the content of the e-mails he had sent them after they asked him to do computer programming for a Web site called Harvard Connection. They recited arcane facts about the valuation of private companies and even quoted from the Securities Act of 1934, which they say Facebook violated when it drew up the settlement.
They say it's not about the money, it's the principle of the thing, and their obsessiveness about the case certainly suggests it. But at this point, the main principle at stake is "fool me once..." How many times do these guys have to get screwed over by Zuckerberg before they accept that he's just better at being a prick than they are?