But most people are just happy to catch a glimpse of Zuckerberg wandering the conference like a hoodied yeti:

With moguls slowly trickling in, talk turns to the most important matters of the conference:

Meanwhile, the guest list, though impressive, leaves something to be desired:

It’s true: The conference, which only opened up to women in 1998 (by hosting a panel about how there are apparently female business moguls—who knew?) invited only 17 of them over a decade later. So much for progress? On the bright side, there’s a nice smattering of start-ups in attendance:

It is currently unclear whether the “mini moguls” are hunting or being hunted:

On Twitter, De La Merced and Jon Erlichman of Bloomberg Television are proving to be the ones to follow for conference updates. We’re sure to see something that looks like a major deal in the making at some point. In the meantime. . .

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