second life and publishing

Posted on April 5, 2007. Filed under: Books |

I wrote about Second Life and publishing a few weeks ago over on the thinkubator. More thoughts to come — just haven’t had a chance.

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I’ve been steering clear of Second Life for a while. The last time I joined a virtual chat program I got addicted to The Palace. It was crazy fun. Do you remember that one?

I don’t remember that at all…and haven’t gotten into Second Life either. I don’t understand how people have so much time so spend in there — but to each their own, I assume. It does look like a great place to really make a name for yourself — if you had been involved from the beginning. I’m extremely interested in the legal side of it all.

Yeah, the whole thing with currency and all that can get kind of sticky I would think. I can see how we could market to people in that “world” because you’re really marketing to the person who is running the avatar, right? I don’t think a person can completely disconnect their “real world” likes and dislikes when they’re in a virtual chat world. I’m guessing that people who love books IRL would be the avatars you’d find wandering around in the bookstores in Second Life.


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