SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Second Life: The other side
Re: [Sigia-l] Second Life: The other side
On 6/23/07, Ziya Oz <listera_at_earthlink.net> wrote:
> I thought someone had asked about Second Life recently. I have a difficult
> time with it (as it currently stands) but I'm over 18 so I don't count.
> There's some delicious hilarity in this video where a virtual UI is
> duplicated in real life:
> My feelings exactly. :-)
Peh. Philistine :) Where were the animated genitalia and giant rabbits
holding business meetings? Where were the catgirls? :)
> Is it unfair?
A little, but not too much.
> Is this?
The only links that work are the affiliate marketing ones - tshirt
sales and the google ads. The cafepress link was borked when I tried
it. Good concept, but I would have built the whole site and THEN used
it to sell the tshirts. Maybe a forum or blog for people to talk about
their first/Second Life balance. It is vaguely amusing now but they
could've done so much more with it. 2 stars/5.
PS: mine was the SL question. It is moving up the LH side of the bell
curve to the point where people are moving beyond the cool to the
useful. I wanted to know what work was being done on the corporate HQ
virtual navigation as an information structure, or words to that
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