Under the headline, "PR in Second Life? Are They Kidding?," his musings appear on the website of IDG's soon-to-be Web-only Infoworld Magazine. Here are a few snippets from the tech-savvy reporter:
- "It still wasn't a wonderful experience. "
- "My avatar was surrounded by other avatars in various stages of dress and undress generally acting lost and typing stimulating things like 'Where are you from?'"
- "I had a quick look at the list of the most popular places in the system by traffic, and they were pretty much all porn."
"As far as I can tell, Second Life isn't really work-safe, or even home-safe if you have children. I can't imagine why IBM, Sun, and others are doing PR or developer communities in Second Life. I remember Jon Udell discussing PR in Second Life in his column last fall, and he made it sound credible. Am I missing something here?"No, Martin, you're not.