3pointD Reviews SL Business

3pointD was not totally impressed wiht the first issue of SL Business Magazine.

From the post:

“The content, however, leaves something to be desired, as it seems to be aimed mostly at new residents who don’t yet have a business presence on the Grid. That said, it’s interesting to see a wider range of content creators featured in a publication like this. The question is whether the current incarnation — both in terms of content and format — will be sustainable.

Part of the problem will be to sustain the tone and volume of the content. There are only so many tutorials one can publish. And producing 60 pages a month in an environment like SL will also be a strain, I’d imagine. Even the tutorials themselves could go a bit deeper; most of them hardly give any more information than SL itself provides.

I look forward to seeing what SL Business becomes. If it remains what it is now, I think it will be of limited usefulness — although it would definitely be a good place to discover the odd piece of new content. If it refines its focus somewhat, it could be really good.”

About Daniel Davenport

Daniel is a digital media executive with internet and broadcast experience. Daniel is currently the executive strategy director at THINK Interactive.

One Response to “3pointD Reviews SL Business”

  1. edward b rackley Reply August 3, 2006 at 5:35 pm

    dan the man. como estas? nick told me about your blogging proclivities. i’ll be in atlanta next week. let’s stare into each other’s eyes. check this: http://rackleyed.blogspot.com/

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