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  1. http://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2016/09/a-college-is-a-community-but-cannot-be-a-home/500882/ "And I worry that some progressive college students are missing this inherent untenability by unconsciously proceeding as if there is a right to feel at home in college, but only for those with a “correct” or “enlightened” view of what home should be."
  2. Could the collaborative ventures provide affordability in what seems like an expensive hobby ?
  3. Also why not some sort of flotation or buy-out ?
  4. Good advice - can't wait ... :matte-motes-sunglasses-3:
  5. In my experience, networks change over time anyway simply because the participants change - some move on and others develop new interests - a perfect opportunity for an avatar to re-invent a new persona ...
  6. Thanks for the responses ... for one, my rig is definitely VR ready for Sansar and those 3d photos are a real wow, even if sometime in the future. Won't be leaving SL anytime soon 'though ! :matte-motes-sunglasses-3: 
  7. That is a pessimistic assessment. I'm still fascinated by the medium and probably spend far too much time online.I hope SL will always be available. My question is - if Sansar is not to replace S.L., what will Sansar be used for ? How would Sansar become more attractive to users - remember what happened to all those commercial enterprises and educational institutions in SL a few years ago ? How many people want to spend the time and can afford to don a VR headset for a virtual experience on a regular basis ?
  8. This question has been raised often during the past years - it remains unanswered, so here goes. Will Second Life close after Sansar opens for business or will both business models run concurrently while profitable ? Will we be able to use both of them on the hardware with which we chose to run Second Life ? Any thoughts on the matter ?
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