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Friday, May 01, 2009


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Molly Montale

Having spent half of my life working in a large academic library system that has never employed filters because our faculty considers them contrary to academic freedom it is odd for me to see a discussion of the use of filters in regard to university level education in Second Life.

Jura Shepherd

The low number of "PG" sims maybe be due to term itself. It's odd enough to designate "mature" and "adult" areas for a world that's already made up of adults. "PG" being short for "parental guidance" is even more bizarre since it suggest that I, as an adult, should get permission from my retired parents before entering. So ironically, I'd feel even more ridiculous rating something in SL as "pg" than I would the other 2 choices.

The reason why this kinda stuff gets people in a snit is because we all instinctively know that it's the oldest slippery-slope there is.

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