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📱🍇⏰ 10 Things - Issue #237 Virtual influencers, vineyard tourism, and Facebook's smartwatch

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Issue #237 keeps an eye on virtual influencers and their unlimited potential, the solution for climate change (made up by an artefact that consists out of carbon emissions and grapes), and Mark Zuckerberg shows a special interest in your heart rate or calories consumed.
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⚔️ Your Majesty

1. The limitless potential of virtual influencers on TikTok. 1. The limitless potential of virtual influencers on TikTok.
2. Why Facebook’s efforts to compete with Apple Watch and Fitbit are doomed.
3. How advertising can save us from a soulless Metaverse.
4. Illustrations to tap into the universal language of nostalgia.
5. Harder than it looks, not as fun as it seems.
6. Glassdoor — but for online content creators.
7. The Pegasus project shows tech giants need to do more to keep users safe.
8. He couldn’t get over his fiancee’s death — so he brought her back as an A.I. chatbot.
9. Want to save the planet? Buy more wine.
10. Out of your depth: when imposter syndrome meets creativity.
“There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept.”
— Ansel Adams
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