Dec 22, 2012
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Mark Zuckerberg said to be the voice behind Poke alert
The brief “poke” audio alert that accompanies each snippet of text, photo, or video sent through Poke was recorded by the CEO himself. Apparently Zuckerberg simply meant it as a joke at first, but before long the audio clip was run through some audio processing software and integrated in the app — which itself is unmistakably derived from Snapchat.

Mark Zuckerberg said to be the voice behind Poke alert

The brief “poke” audio alert that accompanies each snippet of text, photo, or video sent through Poke was recorded by the CEO himself. Apparently Zuckerberg simply meant it as a joke at first, but before long the audio clip was run through some audio processing software and integrated in the app — which itself is unmistakably derived from Snapchat.

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    Someone’s blowin’ up Noah on this damn Poke thing…….
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