i love Wired magazine (well, love is a bit strong – Wired is a necessary thing for “real” corporate nerds) and i have a long time friend who was an editor for Wired years ago. back in 2009 there “was a mention of yours truly for the cover of Wired magazine” (post on this blog) which never happened (the friend is a flaky creative type but he was serious about having Ener there but i think he has an unhealthy crush on anime girls . . . ) o_O
anyway . . . the title of this blog post states that Kitely is a replacement for Second Life, which is quite a statement!
for many people, like me and subQuark, Kitely has been an outstanding replacement for Second Life and better in many ways (like letting kids in-world, backing up your work, megaregions, sustainable cloud architecture, social media access control, plus incredible value)
sheesh, it seems that i write a lot about Kitely (well i actually do) and i can assure you that they don’t pay me or even give me any discount on their services (already uber affordable as it is!). i just ramble on and on about them because they are such a great fit for our endeavors
i was really glad to see someone with lots of authority also say they see Kitely as a good replacement for Second Life
check it out: Virtual Worlds – Kitely is a Keen Replacement For Second Life