Where Is Your Avatar?

Where Is Your Avatar?
technology

Avatars are no longer known only for being the virtual toys of hard-core online gamers. The word avatar is losing its exotic, tech-geek luster in part because of a growing...

Kristin Gorski
  • 19 march 2007

Avatars are no longer known only for being the virtual toys of hard-core online gamers. The word "avatar" is losing its exotic, tech-geek luster in part because of a growing acceptance of "life" taking place on the Web. With so many people and businesses participating in avatar-related sites and activities like Second Life and World of Warcraft, and with more just around the corner, the avatar population could soon explode dramatically.

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