I agree Jaga. I know several computer nerds in the Netherlands who have the same kind of autistic features. In the Netherlands there was even a computer company who had an entire department of autistic (Asperger's and PPD-NOS) employees, because these people are good with computers. These autistic employees were very reliable and good at their specific ICT and software programming tasks, because these people understand the logic of computers better than the sometimes irrational and changing behavior of human beings, who are not like computers, software and hardware.
Autistic people have a hard time dealing with the unpredictable nature of human beings, who constantly change, are chaotic, to noisy and to less structured, systematic and disciplined in the mindset of autists, who like everything in a certain, strict and logical order. They understand the digital computer order, things like algorythems, and feel comfortable in a computerised environment, because again the digital computer world of one's (1) and zero's (0), and the systematic world of Windows and Apple Macingtosh Personal computers.
How would I know that Jaga, you would say. I have worked with authistic colleages. I don't know why, but autistic people also like the Audio-visual world, despite that that world is more a world of chaos, rapid change, an a lot of visual and news information input and bussyness with people. But I have seen some autistic cameramen and editors around in my years in this job. Maybe they love the job, because it is very individualistic, despite the cooperation in AV productions.
Real or 'heavy' autistic people often have no friends, can't have long lasting relations and have extreme difficulties with interhuman relations, social environments which require a lot of social communication, reading of facial expressions, emotions and human interaction in general. A lot of autistic people are hyper individualistic, live alone or function with 'great' difficulties in social environments due to their strict, systematic, automatic, nervous, dogmatic, inflexible and stubborn behavior.
Mark Zuckerberg looks like an Asperger's ICT nerd I know in the Netherlands. Mark must have found a way to socialy interact with people to manage his Facebook company. Probably there are a lot of other Autistic computer nerds in Facebook too, so that he has a computer nerd environment, but I don't know for sure, because I don't know Zuckerberg's Facebook company, eventhough I saw the romantised Hollywood movie about Facebook. I admire Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Larry Page and Sergey Brin for what they achieved with Facebook, Inc., Microsoft Corporation, Apple Inc. and Google LLC. All of them have certain Computer nerd and autistic features, maybe without being autistic at all.