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August 20 · Issue #238 · View online
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Read into Facebook’s new attempt to kickstart a metaverse for work collaboration in Oculus VR, be fascinated by the Tesla Bot, and discover Gen Z kids lucrative take on summer jobs.
Enjoy,
⚔️ Your Majesty

1. Hands-on with Facebook’s new VR for work app Horizon Workrooms. 1. Hands-on with Facebook’s new VR for work app Horizon Workrooms.
2. The reveal of the Tesla Bot by Elon Musk.
3. Summer interns are happy to work from home.
4. The case for optimism.
5. The metaverse explained, and Fortnite.
6. Teens cash in on the NFT art boom.
7. The lows of high tech.
8. Old Navy overhauls their way of designing.
9. There is no such thing as a low-skilled worker.
10. Breaking the web forward.
“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together”
— V. Van Gogh
Bonus links:
Your Majesty is invited to be part of the proposed ‘The Future of Fashion in the Metaverse’ panel at SXSW 2022.
The panel which features metaverse pioneers and leaders, such as Andrew Ku (CEO of Unmatereality), Cathy Hackl (Futures Intelligence Group/Future Metaverse Labs), Marjorie Hernandez (LUKSO), and our Strategy Director Viet Hoang will take a deep dive into new fashion initiatives developed for the metaverse, the changing world of NFTs, gamification, and many more.
Vote now via https://buff.ly/3yHU2sS to make the panel happen. We hope to see you there!
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