Even fellow tech executives want to throw stuff at Mark Zuckerberg.
Facebook unveiled its Spectacles ripoff, officially dubbed Ray-Ban Stories, on Thursday to much warranted handwringing. The unsettling face camera is sure to make waves down the line for all sorts of privacy mishaps, but the glasses managed to grab the attention of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for another reason altogether: A pair recorded a first-person view of someone chucking things at Zuckerberg.
And as Dorsey wrote Thursday, that sure looks like a good time. “Throwing pillows of various sizes at Mark Zuckerberg looks fun,” he observed.
The video in question, presumably recorded by Facebook glasses and shared by Facebook’s Reality Labs vice president Andrew Bosworth, shows the execs laughing it up as Bosworth repeatedly launches pillows at his boss.
No one should necessarily expect a company best known for tracking its users (and surveilling everyone else along the way) to be self aware, but still. All the playful banter and hijinks contained within the short video show a man totally disconnected from the creepshot and surveillance hell he is about to unleash.
Which is perhaps the one, genuine surprise from Facebook’s new camera glasses: they somehow manage to make the billionaire Zuckerberg seem even less relatable.
Oh, and for someone who rides a multi-thousand dollar hydrofoil, he sure has a terrible reaction time.
ที่มา : Mashable