So, when organized crime, gambling, and prostitution are removed from Second Life, will there be anything left? Patry’s over, Second Lifers. Wilderness turns into cul-de-sac muy rapido these days. No more wild west Second Life any more. Know when to walk away and know when to run.
“Gambling, along with virtual sex, has been one of the popular pastimes in the virtual world. British Second Life user Anthony Smith told Information Week, a technology trade magazine, that he spent 1 million “Linden dollars” — about $3,800 in real currency — building his virtual casino.” Via the Washington Post.
I guess if you want to get your freak on, you still must crowd into the cabin of a jet and head out to sin city, Las Vegas, to get your freak on. Sorry, Second Lifers.