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Our nostaglic look at 10 social Web sites that are dead or dying brought out the defenders. The defenders of Second Life, of all things.
Imnotgoing Sideways took offense:
You can say Second Life is dead or dying, but, for people like me it's still a frigg'n blast. (^_^)
The experiment on socialization that it may have been in the past was never realized... Pretty much because people don't always socialize as expected or "In the box". (^_^)
Though, given the description you've given it... I'd re-read it if I were you. Between the lines, it pretty much says "Second Life didn't become the destructive mons