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Blake J. Harris on what really happened to Palmer Luckey, the Oculus co-founder who was ousted from Facebook

The Glenn Beck Podcast

In this episode of "The Glenn Beck Podcast," Glenn sat down with Blake J. Harris, the bestselling author of "Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo and the Battle that Defined a Generation," which is currently being adapted for television by Legendary Entertainment with producers Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and Scott Rudin.

The two discussed Harris' new book, "The History Of The Future: Oculus, Facebook and the Revolution That Swept Virtual Reality," which details the story of Oculus, the virtual reality company founded by 19-year-old Palmer Luckey that caught the attention of Mark Zuckerberg and was bought by Facebook for $2 billion.

Harris said he set out to write a rags-to-riches tale about an entrepreneurial teen with a high-tech vision of the future who went from living alone in a trailer to co-founder of a new multi-billion-dollar industry. But when Luckey was ousted from Facebook for his political views, becoming one of the most polarizing figures in Silicon Valley, Harris began to worry that writing his story would spell the end his own career.

In this interview, Harris reveals a truly shocking story about Mark Zuckerberg and what really happened to Palmer Luckey.


Ep. 42 | Blake J. Harris | The Glenn Beck Podcastyoutu.be

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