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June 21, 2007

W3C TAG considering identification in Virtual Worlds

I just noticed while browsing the mailing list archives of the W3C Technical Architecture Group (which are always a good read, I should add) that one of the items currently under discussion is "Naming and Identification in Virtual Worlds". Actually, there are only a couple of posts on the topic at the moment (the thread starts here) but I imagine more will follow.

This relates to a point about the use of SLURLs which Andy discussed in a couple of posts over on ArtsPlace, and more generally one of my interests is in understanding how virtual worlds like Second Life integrate with the Web - with identification being a key part of that - so I'll be following the TAG discussion with interest.

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