Twinity is mentioned on an entry on Virtual-Economy.org. It’s an interesting post, questioning why Habbo doesn’t get more attention from virtual world researchers. That’s really a valid question in my mind, because the population and demographics are interesting in most contexts.
The Youtopia Project blog has a little mention on Twinity.
Here’s the link to the article.
Yes: 100% That’s great for us, because we plan to use this blog as the primary means of communication with the Twinity community. Watch for more news tomorrow, and let us know if you’ll be at Virtual Worlds Fall 2007 in San Jose this week.
Just an interesting assessment of Twinity: your real second (virtual) life
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We have 3 blogs, and we’ve had some feedback from people that it’s not really clear to them which blog is which. We do a few different things as a company, and not all things interest everyone, so I hope that this blog posting will help clear up which blog will give what information. I do hope you won’t stop …
Admittedly, up until now, there hasn’t been a ton of content on this blog. Of course, that’s mostly because we haven’t kicked off the beta with external parties yet. That will change soon. I’m trying to get some sense of what volume of comments to expect on this blog when we do launch the beta. I’d like to start by …
3: 40% 1, 2, 4: 20% 5, 6+: 0% That’s not too surprising – who has time for more than 4?
Just a pointer to the podcast, which was several weeks ago by now, and a link to that article from WorldsInMotion.biz.