Jun 25, 2023, 1:38 AM
Mark Zuckerberg Reveals New Title Given to Him by Meta Employees
The world of social media has been abuzz with the latest announcement from Meta CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. According to the tech mogul, his employees have given him a new nickname: "The Eye of Sauron."
Yes, you read that correctly. Apparently, the all-seeing eye of the Dark Lord from The Lord of the Rings has found its real-life counterpart in Zuckerberg. The CEO himself seemed to take the new title in stride, describing it as "loving and endearing" during a recent press conference.
However, not everyone is convinced that the nickname is as harmless as it sounds. Some have pointed out the ominous connotations associated with the Eye of Sauron, given its status as a symbol of evil and destruction in the popular fantasy series. One concerned employee described the occurrence as "a dark omen, portending the rise of Meta's power and its eventual descent into tyranny," though this take has been largely dismissed by others in the company.
Despite the mixed reactions, Zuckerberg remains unwavering in his enthusiasm for his new moniker. During our interview, he even laughed heartily when we suggested that he might be secretly plotting to conquer Middle-earth. "Oh, come on now," he said, shaking his head. "We have enough on our plate as it is."
In the wake of this announcement, social media pundits have already begun predicting the next step for Zuckerberg's transformation into a dark overlord. Some have joked that he will soon be wearing a black cloak and carrying a staff wherever he goes, while others speculate that he might be constructing a tower of Barad-dûr as we speak.
All jokes aside, it remains to be seen what impact the Eye of Sauron will have on Meta's future. Will it inspire the company to reach new heights of innovation and technological advancement, or will it become a symbol of unchecked power and abuse? Only time will tell.
One thing is for sure, though – the word "Meta" will now forever carry undertones of dark mythology and epic fantasy. Perhaps in the years to come, we will look back on this moment as the beginning of a new chapter in the annals of tech history. Or, you know, maybe it will just be a funny footnote. Who can say for sure?
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