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This Week I Talked to Too Many Lawyers

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I take a very detailed look at federal election laws and how they apply to online grassroots political activities. Then, for good measure, I apply those laws to the campaigns in Second Life. Most groups pass. One in particular may have problems — they’ve chosen to deal with those problems by avoiding me. A strategy […]

Do People Read In Virtual Worlds?

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I’m not sure they do, but publishers are exploring Second Life anyway. And with good cause. There’s plenty of opportunity to promote books and authors in SL. Not only that, it’s a great way for authors to connect with their readers. My first post for Booksquare. They don’t pay well either. It turns out “per […]

We’re Not in Pasadena Anymore

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Second Life can be a strange and foreign place. Mostly because everyone is from somewhere else — regardless of where you’re from. In this post I look at the global nature of SL. Campaigning In A Global Village