Academics Discuss Mass Migration From Second Life

Jeff Young, Tidsskriftet for Universiteternes Efter- og Videreuddannelse, Oct 18, 2010
Commentary by Stephen Downes

It looks like the lights may be dimming on the academic quarter of Second Life. The angst comes as Second Life has removed education discounts, thus posing a steep increase in costs for academic users. "Scott Diener, associate director for information-technology services at the University of Auckland, said his institution was 'very likely to move out of Second Life.' He said many longtime Second Life users are angry at the recent decisions by the company that runs the service, Linden Lab." Is it too soon for me to say "I told you so?" Via Richard Nantel.
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