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2/20/2007
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Mitch Wagner
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Second Life Kaffeeklatsch Series Gets Off To A Brisk Start

This morning's kickoff kaffeeklatsch in Second Life was a success, with a small but high-quality group gathered to discuss doing business in-world, and drink virtual coffee (as well as a bit of absinthe). Join us Friday morning at 10 a.m. EST (7 a.m. Pacific time) when the suggested topic will be managing growth. People are signing up by the thousands -- can Second Life keep up?

This morning's kickoff kaffeeklatsch in Second Life was a success, with a small but high-quality group gathered to discuss doing business in-world, and drink virtual coffee (as well as a bit of absinthe). Join us Friday morning at 10 a.m. EST (7 a.m. Pacific time) when the suggested topic will be managing growth. People are signing up by the thousands -- can Second Life keep up?

We'll hold the discussion for one hour instead of the two hours we had today, just because two hours, twice a week, is a lot of kaffeeklatsching. So come on down anytime between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. PST Friday, and stay as long as you like. Look for Ziggy Figaro (that's my name in Second Life) at Notre Dame de Caffeine, or my colleague, John Jainschigg of Dr. Dobb's Journal, who's known as John Zhaoying in SL.

And to keep up with what InformationWeek is doing in Second Life, join our SL group. Second Lifers can find it by using the in-world search.

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