May Get a Second Life

Rob Hof


When I wrote a cover story recently about Second Life and other virtual worlds, I immediately wondered why any retailer, say, wouldn't want to set up in-world, so people could try on clothing virtually, look at products in 3D, and generally shop a little more like they do in meatspace--oh, and buy stuff inside Second Life.

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