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“Dan thinks it's necessary to apologize for this week's Writing Excuses episode, in which we discuss the use of dialect and in-world jargon — while speaking in dialect ourselves.”
“You would be surprised just how many users of SL prefer Skype over in-world service for voice communication.”
“If Blizzard wants to exile you from World of Warcraft, confiscate everything you own in-world, or stick your avatar in the stocks, their control over the servers lets them do it with a few keystrokes.”
“Each day of gameplay would represent one month of narrative, so in the space of two weeks, visitors to the in-world website would experience a calm leadup to the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Cyrus, followed by the sudden onset of a flu pandemic, and the tumultuous six-month wait for a vaccine to become available.”
“I was amused recently when I got Unreal Tournament 3 on the XBox 360 and in the cutscenes they actually refer to the respawn points as real, in-world things.”
“We haven't enabled them to align their motivations with in-world motivations, or to create social structures beyond the very blunt instruments of "guilds" okay, there have been a few abortive attempts, but nothing successful as yet.”
“Player B Logs in and hands over the gold / item in-world.”
“Search for the group "Community Colleges in Second Life" in-world and join us!”
“This group meets about once a month and will very soon have three in-world locations for our members to find each other and to use for meetings.”
“Contact Pipsqueak Fiddlesticks in-world for more information!”
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