6 Years Later

I have to admit, I don’t know what people do in SL anymore. If people from Corona Cay aren’t on, I can’t figure out the appeal of SL. It performs terribly and everywhere I go are people who don’t want to talk to anyone. Wait… that’s not quite true. I spoke with a spanish speaking female avatar today and thanks to Google Translator, I figured out she was looking for a job. I couldn’t offer any suggestions or be very helpful.

I’m using the Destinations finder right now trying to figure out why the suggested destinations are supposed to be any good. So far I’m striking out. I’ll admit, part of that is because my computer quickly gets overloaded at really elaborate sims. Part of it is because I get there and there’s not a lot to do. Part of it is because there’s not a lot of people at most of them. And part of it is because some of them are places where people like to roleplay and I don’t want to.

I don’t even know what the point of this blog post is, except to start every paragraph with “I”. What do people do when no one else from Corona Cay is on? How come whenever I log in for the first time in many months, I wander around struggling to understand why SL hasn’t just shuttered its doors from lack of use? What are people doing? Is it new people? Are there any oldbies who still use it regularly?

I’m confused.

Comments

  1. Jesta

    I know exactly what you mean. I wander around alone sometimes thinking the same thing.

    As for me I’m usually either:

    On Corona Cay
    Attending a live music event
    Exploring cool places – alone!
    The amount of time I’m socialising (except for with Corona Cayans) is almost non-existent. So where is everyone?

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