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The Unofficial Tourists' Guide to Second Life

by Paul Carr

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Imagine an enormous, breathtaking virtual world to explore, where land can be bought for less than a dollar and new construction is limited only by your imagination. An online tourist destination where you can shop for virtual designer clothes in a shopping mall atop a live volcano, teleport to an underwater gig by U2, before taking a new friend back to your personal spaceship for virtual coffee or...well, you get the idea. "The Unofficial Tourists' Guide to Second Life" is a fast, fun guidebook that introduces first-time visitors to the endless wonders offered by this exciting and rapidly developing online world. All of Second Life is here, including: The Essentials. What to wear and how to behave.The People. Finding likeminded souls--or soulmates.The Major Destinations. Must-see tourist hotspots, shops, and shows.Shopping and Nightlife. A guide to the lively virtual shopping scene, and all manner of debauchery.For Entrepreneurs. How to buy land or start a Second Life business.… (more)
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come mi piacerebbe, una vita parallela, un ricominciare da capo per vedere se...
se mi si riproporrebbero le stesse scelte negli stessi momenti cruciali
se ripercorrerei le stesse strade
se farei di nuovo gli stessi errori (sììììììì)
cose potrebbe essere diverso se non accadessero cose che non dipendono da me...
però questo libro non è Sliding Doors!
è la descrizione di un mondo a me ignoto e sul quale non credo che sbarcherò
  ShanaPat | Sep 6, 2012 |
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Imagine an enormous, breathtaking virtual world to explore, where land can be bought for less than a dollar and new construction is limited only by your imagination. An online tourist destination where you can shop for virtual designer clothes in a shopping mall atop a live volcano, teleport to an underwater gig by U2, before taking a new friend back to your personal spaceship for virtual coffee or...well, you get the idea. "The Unofficial Tourists' Guide to Second Life" is a fast, fun guidebook that introduces first-time visitors to the endless wonders offered by this exciting and rapidly developing online world. All of Second Life is here, including: The Essentials. What to wear and how to behave.The People. Finding likeminded souls--or soulmates.The Major Destinations. Must-see tourist hotspots, shops, and shows.Shopping and Nightlife. A guide to the lively virtual shopping scene, and all manner of debauchery.For Entrepreneurs. How to buy land or start a Second Life business.

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