Last weekend tech writers ruminated over wild reports that Facebook’s reign has ended. Not because the best friend of aForbes writer’s son said the social network has gone cold, but because research proved it and even Facebook admitted losing teens in its annual report.
Former Facebook Product Director Blake Ross quipped about the writer story. He included it in a resignation letter on his profile page on February 22 as parting words to leave the company.
Ross has since retracted the letter and said the missive was not meant to be taken seriously; probably because it was posted accidentally, or maybe he feared people would misconstrue his jokes.
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