Clubhouse May Be Social Media's Future. What's All The Hype About?

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Clubhouse launched in March of 2020, just in time for lockdown orders. Now, other tech companies are rushing to make Clubhouse clones. Sheldon Cooper/Sheldon Cooper/Getty Images

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Oprah Winfrey, Drake, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and even White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain have signed up. So have comedians, relationship gurus and self-styled big thinkers armed with hot takes.

They are among the millions who have downloaded Clubhouse in recent weeks — the invite-only app that, judging from the hype, Silicon Valley says is the future of social media.

For those

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