Re: [vmeet] IETF Island in Second Life

Marc Manthey <marc@let.de> Wed, 20 January 2010 02:44 UTC

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Am 20.01.2010 um 03:20 schrieb Henning Schulzrinne:

> I'm curious what you see as the principal advantages compared to  
> more boring tools like GoToMeeting and WebEx.

agreed  , i am just thinking, if the basic approach from SL is´nt   
more being "annonymous" and creating  an avatar out of your fantasy ,

so a " webcam experience" would bring the athmosphere back to "real  
life" quick

just my 2 cents

Marc


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