At the end of last month, Facebook officially announced that it has changed his name on Meta, in a strategic move to shift commercial attention to its nascent virtual and augmented reality. The Internet has taken into account and he couldn’t help but be mocked in the decision.
But perhaps the best response to change now comes from Iceland. The island nation released a new tourist ad on Thursday, mocking Mark Zuckerberg’s plans for the future.
The video even includes a tour guide who looks like Zuckerberg. And what does it show you? Well, Iceland’s waterfalls, volcanic rocks, geysers, horses, birds and other tourist features.
“Today I want to talk about a revolutionary approach to how to connect our world without being super weird,” says the guide.
“Some said it was not possible. Some said it was inaccessible. On them, we say, is already here. Seriously, look, it’s right here, “he added, pointing to a scenic view from a window.
“And what do we call this not-so-new chapter in human connectedness?” The Icelandic universe. An augmented, real reality, without silly-looking headphones, ”he concludes in something that is obviously a blow to Meta.
If the video has aroused your interest in the country, then we offer you this direction five things to do in Iceland if you are an engineer. It covers everything from the Blue Lagoon to the Arbaer Open-Air Museum.
Iceland really has an urgent need for tourists, as 9% of its GDP is related to industry. But the nation is not assertive in its advertising.
In fact, he states in his video that Iceland’s opportunities will be there to be explored forever. “So join us today or tomorrow. Or anytime. We are really easy “, says the friendly and stupid guide. We can simply accept his proposal.