Welcome to the Super Second Life Newsletter!


This isn't the newsletter itself but some necessary commentary about it, plus related information in directory form.

If you'd like a review copy, either (1) let us know and the last edition (unless you stipulate an earlier date) will be promptly emailed to you, or (2) subscribe and the next copy will be yours, plus those that follow.

The first edition appeared on June 1, 2001. Subsequent editions originally appeared every two weeks but then were switched to every two months. Its receipt is totally voluntary; that is, you must subscribe to receive it. If you don't find it to your liking, it'unsubscribe.html">unsubscribe. There is no charge to do either!

Gordon Burgett is the editor. He selects its content. Comments, suggestions, and complaints about it should be directed to him, preferably by email to While Gordon travels often to speak, he will attempt to answer all related correspondence promptly by email--if it is answerable. (If you are writing to note a missing comma, please do not send extra commas. We just bought a new box.)

No paid advertising appears in the newsletter. Any item mentioned that has commercial value is included because Gordon thinks that the reader should know about it, though that does not constitute an endorsement of it. Caveat emptor. If you purchase it and find it unsatisfactory, please resolve that with that product's vendor.

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