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October 07, 2006

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Hey Drew - count me in, Morgan Minton.

Don't forget the piece in The Economist a week or two ago as well.

The Economist also had a nice feature a couple of weeks back about Second Life being used as a testing ground for all kinds of new approaches - e.g. they have set an area up in SL to show psychiatry students how schizophrenics experience the world.

You said:

>>I'm looking forward to seeing what will happen when it really takes off and more communities, businesses and, well, people I know, basically, get on there, and we can see what happens when a critical mass hits a new kind of online platform like this.<<

I'll be interested to see that too, although it makes me sad that once-liberatory virtual spaces are becoming increasingly crowded by commercial interests. Inevitable though, I guess.

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