VBWeekly gets a visit from the undead, which is appropriate since we’re talking Facebook

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This week’s VBWeekly got a little goofy, while our anchor Jolie O’Dell was traveling to the East Coast. We hit on some serious stories, including more on the Facebook drama unfolding post IPO, and a sexual harassment lawsuit that hit venture firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers. But that was all interrupted when some undead buddies showed up to chat with GamesBeat Editor in Chief Dan “Shoe” Hsu.

Also, there’s a chance I’m crying in a veil.

Here’s the recap:

  • Kleiner Perkins partner Ellen Pao made light of a lawsuit she filed against the venture firm this week. Pao claims she was sexually harassed and retaliated against when she brought the issues to light.
  • Facebook can’t catch a break following last week’s IPO. The company is being sued by its shareholders and is considering a switch from the NASDAQ stock exchange — which delayed its IPO by 40 minutes due to technical issues — to the New York Stock Exchange.
  • Zombies come to chat with us after a San Francisco Zombie Walk put on by gaming company Zynga.

Hope you enjoy the show!

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