Interactions in virtual worlds are just as satisfying as meeting actual people, at least they are to about one third of the people in North America.
Since you're on reading this blog rather than strolling around in Second Life or Myspace and their likes, it would be safe to assume that you're part of the remaining 66 per cent that doesn't feel that having a virtual beer or cup of tea is just as good as the real thing.
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