So you just saw 'The Social Network' -- otherwise known as "the Facebook movie," recounting Mark Zuckerberg's founding, as a Harvard sophomore, of the now-ubiquitous social networking site -- and chatted with your friends about whether you liked it or not. (Maybe you even gave it a "thumbs up.")
And then you ran home to do something Zuckerberg, in some ways an icon of the Internet, might appreciate. No, you didn't log on to Facebook. You Googled.
While the movie purports to tell a true story, it is based on Ben Mezrich's book 'The Accidental Billionaires' -- and neither the author nor the filmmakers (screenwriter Aaron Sorkin and director David Fincher) spoke to Zuckerberg for his version of events. Therefore, the moviegoer is left wondering: Which aspects of the movie really happened, and which were made up under the guise of creative license?
We've put together a handy list of things you might obsessively Google after seeing 'The Social Network.' (Because we'll admit, we did it, too.)