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Lu

There are many sizeable famous software companies with three things in common. 1- Mediocre products that somehow their customers think are really good. 2- Rich top executives that never use their own products and are wholly disconnected from the customer experience. 3- Software engineers who want to keep high-paying jobs don't question or comment on anything the wealthy top executives believe about the company product, customers, or competition. It's systemic in the software industry.

Luther Weymann

@ Lu...hey dude, try to keep your four thumbs and twelve fingers under control while trying to type your name.

basketbros

Creater monetization is vital since everyone needs to feed oneself and earn money while creating wonderful experiences for others to enjoy. The company claims that it will adjust the technique in the future so that creators can quantify their achievements and receive rewards.

Ren

Well, can’t quite expect him to say they just caught up with tech decades old. It’s ‘the Zuck’, he just has to veto the interview if they won’t let him get away with it.

Iggy 1.0

Now Zuck is a Floating Torso of Death.

Tim

I took it to mean within Horizons - not other platforms. I wasn't confused by this. So, the whole thing is moot to me.

Martin K.

I guess it's "truthful hyperbole": based on truth (yes, you can build collaboratively in Horizon Worlds; yes, many other UGC platforms don't allow you to do that, e.g. Roblox and VRChat) but exaggerating it. Welcome to the the post-truth era!

Ivan Bosko

Just one question: did they forget to write code to make complete bodies?

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