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No One Asked for the Metaverse

A small, unelected, unaccountable group of executives are the ones making sweeping decisions about how we use new technology

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In his recent article in The Atlantic, “The Metaverse is Bad,” Ian Bogost takes on a question that business and technology publications have so far mostly avoided — do we, as a society, actually want a…

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