some people like to take a break and explore being anything they want to be – from blue flying bears to little beavers to pink-haired winged emo wannabes to robots, others like to share their music and play for VW concerts and clubs, some like to create fantasy lives with wild houses, flying machines, and great wardrobes. some people love to make clothing, hair, buildings, animals, vehicles, and plants while others use it as a collaborative real-time meeting environment or as training tools
there are umpteen reasons to do virtual worlds and umpteen yet to be done
whatever it is that you do, chances are that others would too. the difference between you who have found virtual worlds to be a great whatever and the person that has not yet is simply exposure
the more exposure virtual worlds have, the more they will grow. the flying blue bear above only discovered virtual worlds after seeing a Swedish-dubbed TV show called CSI featuring Second Life!
most of us probably don’t have access to sharing what we do on TV but we have the web
if you don’t put snapshots online, maybe start doing that. if you don’t upload videos, maybe try it out
many tools and sharing sites are free (or reasonably priced and you could do a free WordPress for a photo/video blog – no need to write a word)
if you already do pics and/or vids, are they under a Creative Commons license?
the default license for most sharing sites is not Creative Commons but it is usually something you can change to be your default
share what you do and allow others to share it too! sharing is caring! =)
create your own license and decide what others can do with it – i allow full use, even modification for commercial use, but that’s up to you