Winklevoss Twins Still Want to Share Their Social Networking Idea With the World

Cameron Winklevoss, left, and his brother, Tyler, stand for a portrait after a television interview in New York, U.S., on Thursday, Oct. 7, 2010. The twin brothers resolved litigation with Facebook Inc. over the creation of the social-networking site in 2008, but have subsequently contested the settlement, claiming they were misled about the value of the site during negotiations. Photographer: Jonathan Fickies/Bloomberg via Getty Images Photo: Bloomberg/2010 Bloomberg

The Wall Street Journal reports that Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, who claim Mark Zuckerberg stole their idea for Facebook, are getting back into social media. They've invested $1 million in SumZero, a site for professional investors that was co-created by their old friend Divya Narendra. Though Zuckerberg eventually abandoned his commitment to exclusivity, the Winklevii don't have to worry about their site getting too big. Narendra personally rejects 75 percent of the applications, and even the twins only got in once they became owners.