Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Virtual Islands better bet than Virtual Cities as Virtual Worlds get set to have a second life

Thinking Pink in Kentish Town, October
Robin Hunt

One example of this, he said, is a turnabout from the public splashes companies made when creating virtual headquarters in Second Life and other worlds. Now businesses are quietly creating private islands to experiment with the technology before opening their venture up to customers.

Matt Brotherton, project manager at the applied technology centre in BT's chief technology office, tells Silicon.com that the future's bright for virtual islands. I think we are at that 1609 moment, right?

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