[…] The wiki is intended to be a resource for members of the in-world group as well as interested business communicators and marketers. It is in its infancy, makes no claims of comprehensiveness and is very much a work in progress, as time allows.
It may be in its infancy, but Linda has made a terrific start. The wiki already contains useful information including listings of companies and agencies together with teleport locations of their Second Life presences.
The full content list so far:
- About Second Life
- Brands with a Second Life Presence
- Media Brands in Second Life
- Public Agencies with a Second Life Presence
- Non-Profts with A Second Life Presence
- Marketing and Public Relations Agencies with a Second Life Presence
- Media of Second Life
- SL Business Communicators Meeting Transcripts
- Second Life-Related Weblogs
- Virtual World Developers and Consultants
- Other Relevant Wikis
- Resources In Progress
If you’d like to contribute your knowedge to this useful resource, contact Linda.
See also Linda’s post on this topic. The attention-grabber in Linda’s commentary:
[…] In my little bubble of the blogosphere and media reading, SL is the hottest thing around. But, the truth is 99.9% of businesses, marketers and communicators have never heard of it, donâ€™t even have virtual worlds on their radar and could see no reason in the universe to start thinking about them if you put it in front of them.
Thought-provoking. I have a similar view for my little bubble although I see the percentage closer to 80%, ie, 20% of the businesses, etc, I talk to do know about Second Life even if they’re not quite sure of its relevance to them.
How do you see it?