Facebook Employees Do The “Harlem Shake”

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Multiple Facebook employees just shared this clip of a bunch of Facebookers doing the “Harlem Shake” dance at their HQ. Supposedly some of the Instagram team and COO Sheryl Sandberg participated, but I can’t spot them (Oh, but please try your best to). I wonder if Zuck is the Smiley Face lemon balloon guy ..?

Of course this made our team jealous. “Just as with ‘Shit Tech Reporters Say,’ ‘Call Me Maybe,’ and ‘Gangnam Style,’ TechCru...

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