If Mark Zuckerberg Means What He Says About “The Metaverse” We’re In Far Worse Shape Than We Thought

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What if God was one of us?

— Joan Osbourne, One Of Us

They “trust me.” Dumb fucks.

— Mark Zuckerberg’s first recorded communication about Facebook

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Previously published in Fast Company, OneZero, IEEE Technology + Society. Founder @ Pivot For Humanity. Palestinian. Start with empathy, always.

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Previously published in Fast Company, OneZero, IEEE Technology + Society. Founder @ Pivot For Humanity. Palestinian. Start with empathy, always.

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