The analysis of the first Meta-Advertising

Do you also believe that the είναι το πιο αποτρόπαιο, κυνικό distortion of humanity and truth that the world has ever seen?

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It is not surprising, that after he changed his name to and it—proclaimed the creator of a future world, Facebook began to visualize what that world will look like.

Facebook has just released an ad based on a painting by a taxman. (Facebook has always done very well in giving and receiving). Henri Rousseau began painting relatively late in life and is famous for his works depicting the jungle. Here, then, is "Fight between a Tiger and a Buffalo" that was reinterpreted by our favorite company - the future empress of a new world.

Some young people are staring at a painting in a gallery. This is important, and by no means accidental Facebook desperately needs new people.)

Suddenly the tiger comes to life and says: "This is the dimension of imagination". Where have you heard this before? Word for word, it exists in Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone".

Is this a Meta-joke? Or is it a sad comment on the Metamorphosis to come?

Instantly meta, the entire jungle comes to life. Get moving and contemporary . The they sway to the beat and gaze in awe and wonder at the meta-paradise, his work . Maybe Mark would like us to look at him the same way.

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I can not finally decide whether animals that stare at young people are more confused than young people that stare at animals.
With perfect timing, the ad states: "This is going to be fun."

When Facebook says something fun, you can be sure it doesn't say it all.

The whole Meta ad is an attempt to see beyond the Facebook-damaged present, an impending infected (again Facebook) future. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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