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May 20, 2007

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I think there's a ton of money to be made in the virtual world- not sure that Weblo is it but who knows. I can now see how some of my own domains can be applied to these developments.

To take the matter further, you may be interested in this:
http://gigaom.com/2007/05/20/virtual-world-population-50-million-by-2011/

owen frager

btw, now you can buy virtual bl*w j*bs on second life:
http://www.nee-antwerpen.be/index-eng.htm

TMfor

If we live in a Matrix (and you can never prove we don't) than everything is a game.

***FS*** Ha! True Keanu.

Robb

I've heard about Weblo earlier this year and just don't get it. Who is visiting their pages and sites other than the people buying the properties? What is to stop other sites from selling 'virtual' properties in the same way? I can see the point in Second Life, which has massive players and a community of members to advertise to, but Weblo doesn't seem to be doing anything unique that can't be duplicated. The only time I hear about Weblo is to do with the buying of properties, not anyone actually using the site as a visitor or surfer. Will be interesting to see if anything comes of it.

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