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I Want No Part of Our Impending Metaverse Future

The demo of Zuckerberg’s dream was a nightmare

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Facebook is now officially a Metaverse company after announcing its rebrand to Meta at its Connect 2021 keynote. Its collection of apps and projects will all fall under this umbrella, a move the company hopes will put out some of the fires burning on its doorstep, drawing attention away from Facebook…




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