Sunday, 13 July 2008
Baudrillard: Disneyland is real it is California that is the simulation. RL over SL means our acts in SL assert the simulation of RL.
But now that the reality of Second Life has settled in (and I know it’s still growing and could one day be a viable marketplace for companies to consider) exactly how much time and energy should your clients be devoting there?
For a global brand, a large-scale presence, complete with high-traffic advertising, corporate property, staffing and event/engagement programming can cost $15-25K to set up and thousands each month for upkeep and staffing. Would you recommend spending that kind of money on Eugene, O
posted by Jason Falls in October 13th, 2007 (SL needs a population explosion to become wealty my added)
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