I hold regular office hours at Thornebridge in Second Life and have done so for about a year. You'll find me there conducting business, lecturing and occasionally meeting customers. I've noticed that the number of residents in world at any one time has been growing steadily - no matter what time of day, it's usually in the high 60,000s - but at the same time the amount of land has been increasing. Ergo, you may find it less dense and therefore more sparse, as noted here (and yet, as the article goes on to point out, the Second Life economy is growing).
Quote of the day:
Baroness Susan Greenfield
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