in-world


Related to in-world: World Bank, World clock

in-world

adj
(Computer Science) of or relating to a virtual online environment: my in-world avatar.
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However, tutors new to Second Life will likely face a learning curve that requires not only the relatively easy user-experience of Second Life, but also the expertise of operating ESMG's various applications for enhancing the in-world tutoring experience.
Finally, as we have seen from experience in-world, whether it be on a corporate site or a site for an artist or a musician, holding events--special or otherwise--are key to drawing interest and visitors to one's virtual world presence.
Some of these worlds provide 3D record and replay capabilities and support use of applications such as word processors, spreadsheets, and whiteboards in-world.
This note looks instead into the virtual world's own economic environment to determine whether in-world transactions should be taxable events.
WHILE SOME SCIENTISTS SEEK WAYS TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THEIR SL projects in the real world, others are finding ways to make a living in-world.
For example, it is almost impossible to purchase an in-world media player that does not come preloaded with infringing copies of music videos, TV programmes and movies.
don't need our help, because they have a huge staff and they've been in-world for a long time," said SusanTenby, online community manager at San Francisco-basedTechSoup.
More than a million of these SL green-card holders had spent some time in-world in the prior 30 days, while more than 500,000 had crossed the Second Life border, sometimes on multiple occasions, during the prior seven-day period.
goods, and to protecting a user's in-world property rights against
To complement the opening of action thriller "Smokin' Aces" on Universal Pictures created "Smokin' Aces: Second Life Assassin," which has now become one of the largest in-world events in Second Life history.