Elon Musk Appears to Have Misfired Direct Message to Oculus CTO
Dec 21 2017
No, we didn't get Musk on the phone.
But when he accidentally gives his number out to more than 16 million people, well, so much for Musk keeping his message discreet. Now, for you and me, that might not have been such a big deal; people mention other people in tweets all the time. The latest to do so is the tech-world's real-life Tony Stark - Elon Musk.
So, if you feel the need to ask Musk for a small loan of a million or maybe two million dollars, or just want someone to talk through your yearly holiday blues, go ahead and press those ten little digits. "My cell is." the tweet read before listing a phone number. Musk wrote from his account on Tuesday to John Carmack, the CTO of Facebook Inc. -owned Oculus. After all, Tesla makes some of the most high-tech cars on the road today.
Tesla didn't immediately return a request for comment about why Musk was reaching out to Carmack.