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Musk versus Zuckerberg at the Octagon

Musk versus Zuckerberg at the Octagon


Is the cage match actually going to happen? Plus: more details about Meta’s Twitter competitor, and takeaways from Figma’s Config conference in San Francisco.

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Mark Zuckerberg is the overwhelming favorite to beat Elon Musk in a cage match.

Will it actually happen? Potentially, but not before Zuckerberg releases his Twitter competitor next month. I have more details on all that, plus takeaways from Figma’s annual Config conference — the Coachella for product designers — in downtown San Francisco this week. 

A reminder that I want to hear your feedback, including who you think would win the cage match. Also: sharing is caring, so feel free to forward this to a friend or colleague.

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