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Mitch Wagner
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Join The InformationWeek Group In Second Life

I've gone and created an InformationWeek group in Second Life, so if you're "in-world" (as we happenin' Second Lifers say), join up to be informed about all the exciting things that InformationWeek is doing in Second Life.

I've gone and created an InformationWeek group in Second Life, so if you're "in-world" (as we happenin' Second Lifers say), join up to be informed about all the exciting things that InformationWeek is doing in Second Life.

Of course, first we have to actually do something interesting -- but as soon as we do, the InformationWeek Second Life group will be the first to know about it. So join today -- it's free.

To join, you need to be a Second Life user -- or, as we say in Second Life, a "resident." If you're not already a resident and you're interested in joining, you can do it at the Second Life Web site.

We've got an interesting plan cooking to help InformationWeek readers find each other and connect in Second Life. It'll be fun and useful. You can read about it here pretty soon, or join the InformationWeek group in Second Life to find out.

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