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Wednesday, September 30, 2009


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Fast Trackers in SL would need a prebuilt area to arrive at and explore. Not just an orientation island, but whole city with shops and places to hang out, with Linden Sponsored attractions to visit in the city. Then at the train station or bus station they are then offered to leave the Fasttrackers city to explore the HUGE grid.

Robustus Hax

I've always thought SL should have an option where you can log in without logging in and be an anonymous gray body that has limited access.

Kind of like in the novel Snow Crash when users at public terminals would go into the Metaverse and were not as we would now term "Rezzed"

Justin Clark-Casey

Interesting data. I know that quite a few people are really attached to their avatars but maybe there are more people who don't care. Perhaps entering a single-purpose (rather than a generic) virtual environment has something to do with it.

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