If Mark was looking for advice he went to the right person on Steve Jobs, however the part about Mark and Steve not discussing a Facebook sale to Apple is hilarious. If Steve Jobs thought something would benefit Apple, he'd buy it in a heartbeat.

Mark Zuckerberg says he asked Steve Jobs about how to build a high-quality team and great products, but denies Apple and Facebook ever talked about an acquisition.

The revelations come as part of an in-depth interview between PBS's Charlie Rose and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg.

The extensive interview covers all of the bases, such as whether Facebook will ever build games (no, Zuck says) and what Zuckerberg thinks of Google+ (he calls it "their own little version of Facebook").

However, the most interesting part of the interview comes when the trio starts discussing Zuckerberg's relationship with Steve Jobs.