“My research indicates that the people who live in Cybercity do so as an integral part of their everyday life” .
While reading Carter’s article, I could not help but think of an experience I had in 2008. At the time I was in my fifth year of high school (the year before senior year) and I was visiting different universities to see where I would go after I had finished high school.
Utrecht University offered a special two-day master class for high school students, called “virtuele beleving” (virtual experience). It was offered at the faculty of science and could best be seen as a try-out for the program of Information Science. In the master class we looked into Second Life and answered questions like: “What is it like to go on holiday in Second Life?” and “Could you open a virtual travel agency in Second Life?”
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