The Best Sound Bites From Mark Zuckerberg’s First Interview Post-IPO [VIDEO]

This afternoon at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco, Facebook chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat down with TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington for his first interview since the company’s closely watched (and much criticized) initial public offering back in May.

Needless to say, it was a huge deal: The convention hall was standing-room only, Facebook’s stock got a palpable boost in after-hours trading, and it seems like every other sentence that came out of Zuck’s mouth was made into a press headline.

But because of the hard work of the people at TechCrunch TV and SnappyTV, we can both show and tell you about the best sound bites from Zuck’s big appearance. In the video embedded above, you’ll find a roundup of all the best exchanges from this afternoon’s on-stage interview, one after another — from how Facebook’s falling stock price could actually be a boon to its hiring, to the reason why he doesn’t commit code to Facebook anymore, to those nagging Facebook phone rumors, and more.

Check out our full coverage of Mark Zuckerberg’s chat at Disrupt SF below.

Zuckerberg Says “On Mobile We Are Going To Make A Lot More Money Than On Desktop”

Zuckerberg: Mobile Users More Likely To Be Daily Active Users

Zuckerberg on Facebook’s IPO: Stock Performance Has Been “Disappointing”

Mark Zuckerberg: Our Biggest Mistake Was Betting Too Much On HTML5

Zuckerberg On Facebook Hiring: It’s A Good Time To Join And A Great Time To Stick Around

Mark Zuckerberg: A Facebook Phone Just Doesn’t Make Any Sense

Zuckerberg Talk Drives Facebook Stock Up 4.6% In After Hours Trading

Zuckerberg: Spotify, Airbnb, Nike+ And Runkeeper Are Killing It

Facebook’s Zuckerberg On Being Under The Radar: I Would Rather Be Underestimated

Zuckerberg Wrote All 2178 Words Of Facebook’s S-1 Founder Letter On His Phone

The Best Soundbites From Mark Zuckerberg’s First Interview Post-IPO [VIDEO]

Zuckerberg On Instagram (Now 100M Users Strong): “No Agenda” Except Supporting App’s Growth

Zuckerberg Shows He’s The Right Man For The Job, Now That Job Needs Doing

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