At one point, I thought Virtually Blind was flirting with overspecialization, but I came across this today: a new blog called Second Life Law.
The site’s promising name aside, SLL appears, at least for now, to be a largely automated aggregator for Second Life news in general (and the aggregator needs a little tuning; it is currently displaying an article on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland). There is a little original content buried in there though, and the news does tend toward the business/legal end of things, so Virtually Blind is pleased to welcome another site to the tiny virtual law blogosphere. We’ll be checking in regularly to see what they’re up to.
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