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February 01, 2007

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aaron

Hey Paul. I think the primary recruiting going on inside Second Life right now is for work inside Second Life. Merchandise, structures, services, etc can be built to act similar to First Life operations. That isn't to say more sophisticated business isn't happening in the grid as well, but it's a damn strange place.

I'd offer to help you out, but I only know how to walk around, mostly confused.

s4xton

I have a SL account, but IMHO it's not worth it. It's interesting and it's an experiment... I definitely think you should get an account and walk/fly around. As the previous commenter said, it is strange. I think finding work and hiring in SL is way too early unless you're looking for a specific type of person: someone who is sucked into SL so damn much that they know you're hiring.

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