gets the periodic metaverse announcement, like the determination to "democratize wealth building," or how it's responsible for slowing game sales, or how brands can find metaverse success, or the role of a Minority Report type interface (the movie is — take a deep breath — 21 years old), or the AI-related (isn't everything?) launch of some metaverse with the most "landowners."

And, of course, Facebook's metaverse membership attempt to bring in more revenue as the ad dollars dropped from 2021 to 2022.

But there's another take on the metaverse concept and Facebook — an opinion piece by Luc Olinga, the head of tech coverage at The Street: Mark Zuckerberg Quietly Buries the Metaverse. He points to a Facebook post by CEO Mark Zuckerberg:

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