Dwight J. Dutton (titanic) wrote,
Dwight J. Dutton

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Reuters has calculated that of the 50,000 people supposedly online at any given time, at LEAST 20,000 are camping bots. Not people camping, but actual bots.

"Second Life shed 1,656 paid accounts in March, the fourth month in a row more people got out of the land trade than entered it. Total premium accounts stand at 89,875, below last summer’s 94,607 peak.

Second Life’s population at March’s end grew to just over 13 million, although that number includes an unknown number of inactive accounts widely thought to be about 90 percent. But in March only 408,000 new accounts were created, the smallest gain in absolute numbers since September 2007, and the smallest monthly percent gain since Second Life’s debut in April 2001."
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