Monthly Archives: September 2010

Terra Nova – Michael Jackson Themed MMO Coming Soon

I just wanted to share a link from Terra Nova about the forthcoming world based on the music, life and legacy of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson.  I think the potential of such worlds is enormous, if they can … Continue reading

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Kids’ Worlds Expanding to Mobile Devices

Remember my post from a while back, the one where I postulated that mobile devices killed virtual worlds?  Well, this is me eating some of those words… The word on the street has it that Webkinz is launching a new iOS … Continue reading

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Nominate Virtual Navigator!

The Minnesota State Bar Association is taking nominations for the top 25 legal blogs either run by a MN attorney, such as myself, or relating to MN law.  If you enjoy Virtual Navigator, I would sincerely appreciate your nomination! Helpful … Continue reading

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Facebook Credits: A Faster Way to Spend Your Whole Paycheck in Farmville

Facebook Credits are a great way to get people to spend more money on social games, but it’s not a virtual currency. Continue reading

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Social Networks Need a Universal Bill of Rights

Privacy policies need more consistency. We have already seen that sites will respond to user demands if they are concentrated and focused, thus it’s time for a Social Networks Bill of Rights! Continue reading

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