virtual identity

Discussing virtual identity, someone mentioned they’d read this over the weekend:

http://observer.guardian.co.uk/magazine/story/0,,2210318,00.html

Presumably with the rise of virtual worlds such as Second Life – where avatars don’t necessarily genuinely represent the real humans behind them – this kind of thing will become more and more common.

But still one of those ‘you couldn’t make this stuff up’ stories.

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