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|SL economy and freebies|
|Second Life - Chat|
|Written by Skidz Tweak|
|Monday, 13 April 2009 08:43|
Would a giant database of all the free items in Second Life hurt the Second Life economy?
Back in the day, Skidz Partz used to sponsor something called the FreeBieDB. It was a well put together database of thousands of free items in Second Life. Eventually, the assets server broke the database (note card with embedded items) and the database was shut down. Well, we are considering starting the project back up, this time making a web interface with a server in-world to deliver them (kinda like xstreetsl.com but all free).
Do you think something like that would hurt the SL economy? I don't believe it would. But the original creator has come under fire from some people for even considering making it again. Personally, I feel that if someone sells junk, (which most freebies are, let's admit this) then some might have something to fear.
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|Last Updated on Monday, 13 April 2009 09:26|