Whoa! This is not only the first accurate depicting of SL in the press I’ve heard about but it’s kinda important as well. Thank You, Inara, for finding this not-so-little gem.
The Digital Ruins of a Forgotten Future might sound a dismal title for an article on the subject of Second Life. But that is precisely the title Leslie Jamison chose for her in-depth piece on the platform.
However, before anyone starts reaching for pitchforks and looking to ignite torches, the article’s title believes an in-depth piece studying not so much Second Life itself, but the lives of some of us who use the platform. It is, in short, a rich study of the very humanity that for so many of us, makes Second Life a rich extension of our lives, rather than the encapsulation of an escapist fantasy environment so often portrayed within the media and by those with little practical exposure to Second Life.
Of course, there is the inevitable exploration of Second Life’s history, including its startling media rise, the plateauing of active user numbers and…
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