Well, my situation with Sansar is that it is not available for Mac users. There are many reasons for this I know but it is why I am not there yet. Maybe someday “if” I get a windows platform I will go in and see Sansar. We thought for a long time that Sansar would slow SL down and people would leave Second Life….. not happening. Sansar has a small userbase and Second Life is the cash cow still for Linden Labs. No worries about Second Life closing down. 🙂
My friends and I, along with many others, log in Second Life just to connect with people from different parts of the world belonging to different classes of society. Although this very virtual world is focused on bettering the realities of people with physical and mental disabilities, it also gives others a chance to immerse themselves in the pixel perfection and forget their worries for a few.
Unfortunately, Sansar is not for everyone.
When I checked out Sansar for the first time, I found it was completely different from what I had expected it be. No, Sansar didn’t feel like a way improved version of Second Life but rather a world that was meant to be accessed only by the individuals who can financially afford all its requirements. That leaves out more than half of my Second Life friends on a tight budget and the blue collar workers and…
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