Bitcoin, which already had the worst start of the year in its history, has dropped 16.8 percent just this week. Its record high of almost $68K in November is now below $35K.
A former Oculus engineer said Facebook could now be seen as a “black mark” on someone’s career, and a hardware engineer who quit in 2020 shared similar fears.
As the media giant faces a potential exodus due to a series of publicized crises, results from its latest “Pulse” poll were released internally, and it’s not good news.
Facebook is trying to “divert the conversation from their current problems onto the metaverse, which is exciting and futuristic,” a senior partner at the consulting firm Vivaldi said.
The term “metaverse” that Zuck keeps touting was coined by sci-fi novelist Neal Stephenson to describe a virtual world where people can escape the dystopian real world.
“Facebook had long seen itself as a government unto itself,” wrote author Max Chafkin, “the site would push what the Thiel confidant called ‘state-sanctioned conservatism.'”
Trump complained, “He used to come to the White House to kiss my ass and I’d say, ‘Oh, that’s nice.’ I have the head of Facebook coming with his lovely wife.”
“Facebook and other social media platforms continue to be tremendous tools to spread the Gospel of Christ and connect believers with one another,” megachurch pastor Jeffress said.
Understandably, the footage has been met with bewilderment and mockery online, with one viewer branding it: “The stuff meme dreams are made of.”
“Who are they to dictate good and evil if they themselves are evil? Perhaps I should have done it while I was President.”