Dating online isn’t anything new, with the amount of dating sites that around these days. Sitting in front of your computer and having a relationship with a person has become a norm. It isn’t strange when a person in SecondLife says their in a relationship, since it is socially acceptable in our virtual world. With the ability to have partners, weddings and children it isn’t surprising that a lot of these cyber-relationships become more and spill over into the real world, but does this mean that Virtual Worlds have become substitutes for the real thing? Has meeting someone in a world like SecondLife mean that there is a solid relationship forming behind it? What do you think?In Light of the film Life 2.0 featuring on Oprah Whinfrey’s TV Network.
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