Classic Scoble : State of Second Life: talking with Second Life’s embedded reporter, Part IV

May 18th, 2008 |
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What was Scoble up to one year ago today? Check out today’s video for a trip down memory lane.
And for more context, check out his blog, from one year ago today!

James Au worked at the embedded reporter in Second Life, the virtual world where users build everything you interact with. I sit down with James for a beer on a Saturday afternoon recently and here’s our conversation. This is the fourth part where we talk about a tax revolt inside Second Life, relationships between people, getting an avatar pregnant, memorial plots and grieving in Second Life, fundraising, and more about James’ book.

Other posts from a year ago:
State of Second Life: talking with Second Life’s embedded reporter, Part III
State of Second Life: talking with Second Life’s embedded reporter, Part II
State of Second Life: talking with Second Life’s embedded reporter, Part I

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