SAN JOSE, Calif.--I'm down at the Virtual Worlds conference here, and one of the most interesting things I've noticed is that everyone is trying to differentiate themselves from Second Life.
It actually makes sense. The attendees of this conference are largely people who are only recently coming to the concept of virtual worlds, and if there's one everyone's heard of, it's Second Life.
So, this differentiation is happening in two ways.
First, in panels, like the one I'm sitting in right now, titled "Blurring the lines between virtual and real worlds," … Read more