Second Life and its creators Linden Lab have taken a lot of flack over the last couple of months mainly in response to inflated user numbers and also poorly judged brand activity in the virtual world. The thing is it looks like we’ve all given it a kicking and it’s got back on its feet again and shrugged it all off. More and more mainstream articles are focusing on virtual worlds (see this one in the Telegraph) and we’ve already been asked to participate in three conferences on Second Life in the real world and virtual. The train might have left the station and there’s no way to stop it.
Something to ponder.