• Facebook: Founder’s Letter, 2021 (introducing Meta).
• Zuckerberg wants to create a make-believe world in which you can hide from all the damage Facebook has done.
• Meta removing Facebook login requirement for Quest headsets by next year.
• John Carmack issues some words of warning for Meta and its metaverse plans.
• The Facebook Papers’ missing piece
• The new MacBook Pro is out, and Brianna has one!
• Fictional Gamergate Series In The Works From Mind Riot Entertainment & Video Games Developer Brianna Wu.
• Jeff Bezos wants to build a business park in space.
• US Copyright Office says you can fix a game console (but only the optical drive).
• Android 12 is here: All the details about downloading, compatibility, new features, and more.
• Android 12 is so last week: Meet Android 12L, now in developer preview.
• Blizzard cancels 2022 BlizzCon amid harassment scandal fallout.
• Activision CEO Takes 99.9% Pay Cut Until Gender Goals Are Met.
• It’s Windows XP’s 20th birthday and way too many still use it.
• The ‘Dune’ Screenplay Was Written in MS-DOS.
• Google’s Stadia Pivots To Being Some White Label Game Streaming Platform For Others To Use.
• Intel Alder Lake Mobility CPU Benchmarks Leaked.

Host: Iain Thomson
Guests: Brianna Wu, Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ
This Week in Tech episode 847
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