In June 2003, Linden Lab released Second Life, an online platform where users could create digital representations of themselves, as well as other 3D-based content, to build a virtual world in cooperation with other users. This digital realm quickly became a venue for educational endeavors, religious outreach, scientific research, and corporate virtual presence...
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