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Old 03-22-2007, 03:15 AM   #16
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I love Second Life.

Unfortunately, I can't play it from home, because my laptop is sick and my desktop, which has Mac OS 9.2, isn't powerful enough to handle its requirements. But I can play it at the library where I work, and I do so during my lunch/dinner break. I own three virtual pieces of land (can't afford to do so in real life!) and have attended virtual U2 concerts, which are a lot of fun.

I think there is tremendous positive potential in Second Life (SL) for educational purposes as well as a meeting place. Supporters of my favorite presidential candidate, John Edwards, have developed an Edwards '08 headquarters there, and my avatar is wearing an Edwards T-shirt right now. It is also easy and fun to make objects using "prims," and I enjoy attending classes to make things like furniture.

And yes, avatars tend to be lean and gorgeous. My avatar, Lola, certainly is that!

I love Second Life.
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Old 03-22-2007, 03:18 PM   #17
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Í don´t understand the appeal.
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