Last Friday's posting about Dell's virtual tree give-away has struck a cord. Numerous blog postings are pointing out Dell's questionable promotion in which the company advertised a virtual tree give-away as being environmentally friendly.
We were kind of tied up with our real life on Sunday and coudln't attend the Dell's virtual party, but made sure to drop by on Monday and pick up a free Dell tree.
Our company bean counters wouldn't clear the expense for some Second Life private land where we could plant the saplings, but we found a public park that would tolerate them for a few minutes (our successful planting of 1 and 2 "meter" tall trees is pictured on the right).
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