OK let's hold on here. Things seem to be getting better because he did such a horrible job in the first place. He is still a complete douche-bag as a leader. So far his record is to take two companies public and do little but drive them into the ground. He may have some degree of vision but very little capacity to execute and lead so before you begin praising him, make sure you check the record.
This is not about leadership, this is about today, it is irrefutable, the talent people who are working in Zynga, the fortunate investment on its headquarters, the patents portfolio, the cash on hand, and size of the social network, the vision on 3d, the gambling on line, the compromise on cost reduction, that is enough to move the stock to 3.50, at least for the next 3 months. Sorry sorts, move on with your next movement, this was wrong.