cities and intention and collaboration and community

It’s actually about people making things together. What’s going to come out of this is cities and intention and collaboration and community, because the capability this thing provides is mysterious in the degree to which is allows people to do things together.

This quote from Philip Rosedale Linden was the turning point in Second Life’s beginnings.

I had heard this before but was reminded from the Really blog in their story on I am in your web browser. – a great title for a blog!

By the way did you know there are avatars virtually present on your websites, your homepages, as you view them, chatting amongst themselves?)  I can see a couple of weblins below – weird and uncanny but a glimpse of Web3.0 perhaps?  If you happen across a weblin called Snape do say hello

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