Sunday, 1 November 2009

Tokyo Stage at Burning Life


http://slurl.com/secondlife/Burning%20Life-Steamboat/56/248/38

Despite all the hype I have noticed that Burning Life is not very crowded. Perhaps Second Life needs to move beyond the event for event sack and develop real motivations for people to come in world. Right now between the high road of being able to attend lectures of top scientists and the low road of cyber sex there is not much firm ground to get people to come in to Second Life.



It certainly looks cool, but the space is often strange and lack meaning. Other virtual worlds use story line to connect users to meanings. Second Life relies on users to create these, but they are generally not there. Many of the stories, in obsessive RP communities, have very limited attraction.


Rober1236 Jua the Cyber Trekker of Second Life
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