Saturday, May 05, 2007

Numbers on Second Life

TechCrunch has an interesting short article about Second Life, "Second Life: Europeans Outnumber Americans 3 to 1"
...not only are there more Germans actively using Second Life than Americans, Europeans as a whole outnumber Americans by more that 3 to 1. The figures themselves look even worse than the ratios: only 207,000 people in the United States logged on to Second Life at least once in March. The statistics tracked unique users without considering frequency, so many of those visitors could have easily been one timers, signing up to a free account of the purpose of taking a look, never to return...

1 comment:

Sharon Saulmon said...

They work 35 hours per week so they have more time. Of course, I'm of the notion that life is to be lived out in the real world.