I thought your article on Second Life research was very interesting. It was cool to see your observations about people from different countries/ cultures and how they might act and interact with others differently in Second Life depending on where they are from. You explained this by saying how those people are adopting their real world customs, etc and bringing them into the virtual world of Second Life, which is why studying ethnography in Second Life is possible. I respected your work because instead of just observing and judging how things happen in Second Life, you illustrated your integration into the Second Life society and made it clear that you do not spend as much time in Second Life as some users and that you could never know as much about it and the experiences that happen there than those users. It’s very cool that you were able to take a step back and analyze it from an outsider’s perspective because then your observations come off a lot less bias therefore can let a non-user see what goes on there. Your observations and analysis open our eyes to virtual worlds and how people act and interact with others.