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Jon Collins

I think "why bother" is exactly the point with Second Life - as in, there has to be a rationale to use it. The rationales currently seem to be around first-mover principles, e.g. who can be the first PR, journalist, company, pop idol etc to have a presence, but most of those slots are taken now (and the kudos quickly fades). Next up is when someone says, "take a look at this," or "lets talk about it," or "come and meet..." - at which point things become a whole bunch more worthwhile.

I totally agree with your conclusion, by the way - and the implication that the lack of integration in Second Life may ultimately lead to its demise.

Jon

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Guy Kewney

I'm still waiting for this "killer app" you know... come to that, what about the next Statement?

:-)

Guy

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