How to run your business through Second Life

My messy conference deskI’ve been in London the last couple of days for a speech at the “Achieving real business growth through Second Life” conference together with a bunch really top-notch professionals (coming from Sun, Intel, Amazon etc.) and people from half Europe to talk about Second Life and the business.

They should’ve recorded all the speeches so I might publish mine and link the most interesting in the near future; for the moment you’ll find my slides on Slideshare and the (too few) photos I shooted in this Flickr set.

Back in town

It’s been a while since I haven’t posted a single line here (also my Flickr photo stream deserve a better treatment) but I’ve been travelling through vacations and busy days (and the deadline for my “Achivieng real business growth through Second Life” hasn’t helped).

But now I’m back with a whole lot of things to says and experiences to be told. And, again, with so few time available to write them down.

So, let’s go with a Powerpoint style bullet list of important things happened meanwhile

That’s all for now.

Gabetti recruits virtual agents for Second Life

Gabetti wants you!Gabetti (disclaimer: the company I work for) has released today a job opening to recruit virtual real estate agents for it’s Second Life project.

We’re looking for skilled avatars eager to make some money working directly in Second Life; we can offer a pay in Linden Dollars, an office on the Gabetti Island and the possibility to work in the most cutting edge project of a real life Estate company inside Second Life.

You can take a look at the job opening on our site (Italian only, sorry), Monster (again, Italian only) or send your CV at SLrecruiting[at]; we’re closing the offer during September, so don’t loose this opportunity.”;”Gabetti recruits virtual agents for Second Life