Second Life joins the metaverse discussion with the return of its founder — and some key patents

A recruiter works on a computer, 19 June 2007 at the cyber cafe “Le Milk” in Paris, during the Neo Job-Meeting (NJM) event, the first virtual job fair on the 3-D “Second Life” on-line game.  | Photo credit should read STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN/AFP via Getty Images Throughout months of metaverse hype, with all the new names and virtual real estate speculation, I can’t count how many times I’ve thought, “Didn’t Second Life already do that?” Apparently, the people behind Second Life agree and are trying to pull our attention back…

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Susie Carder, Profit Coach, Teaches Entrepreneurs How to Scale a Business Without Losing Their Greatness

Although fast growth is tempting, entrepreneurs usually lose sight of what matters by focusing on achieving it immediately and forgetting what really matters. Entrepreneurs need a plan, staff, processes, technology, and partners to make this work. On March 25-27, 2022, Profit Coach Susie Carder is conducting a LIVE virtual event- “Scaling Your Business Without Losing Your Greatness!” Because scaling doesn’t just mean getting bigger. It means being more effective. Carder commented, “Getting some things in your business wrong can result in your business failing and wasting time and resources. Over…

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Interview with Shannon Riley Insurance Agent with Trailstone Insurance Group, Interviewed on Influential Entrepreneurs Podcast About Serving Colorado Realtors

Shannon Riley discusses her approach to bringing her customers options for their insurance. Serving Colorado real estate agents is how Shannon delivers more value to her clients. Providing local personal expertise in guiding her clients to make the best decisions when setting up their homeowners insurance is a strong focus in her business. Shannon commented that “Buying a home is an exciting time, but there are so many things that can be confusing; I do not want choosing the best homeowners insurance to be one of them! I pride myself…

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The real beauty of Wordle is how its emoji results tell a story

Photo by Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images Did you struggle with Wordle today? I sure as hell did, racking up my second ever failure since I started playing the game at the beginning of the year. I was annoyed at myself more than the puzzle and eased that frustration by sharing my results on Twitter. As I did, I realized why the game’s auto-generated grids of emoji are so brilliant. It’s not just that they’re social (though that certainly helps), nor is it that they’re intriguing (there’s no link to the game…

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