Second Life's Amsterdam Sold for $ 50 K

Through Trendhunter I became aware of this. Again, as we are getting used to from US source Blogs there is the usual glee about the seediness of the city, also in Second Life, which way of writing about Amsterdam is a popular way of attracting more traffic. I think it is a very narrow minded approach of this wonderful city of us.

On the other hand the news kept haunting me. Where are all of us heading, if one considers the enormous amount of time there reportedly is involved for all those browsing around in Second Life, a complete virtual society. Also if one considers that serious companies and institutes are now all of a sudden investing large sums into their places on Second Life! Are we becoming dreamers in stead of real people?

I haven’t entered Second Life yet: Am I missing something? Am I too old fashioned?

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