Meta says the future of Facebook is young adults (again)

They decided it would be a laugh, an adventure. They were restless. That site was so last year, that space so lame, that service so meh… They were always on the lookout for something new. Being first would be even better. They looked around and smiled. They wandered around, puzzled. The sites and sounds were so alien, the language used so strange. They wandered around like tourists. They felt like they were being watched if they said anything or did anything. “There are strangers in town,” one joked in a Hollywood Western accent. They didn’t stay long. They moved on.