Virtual Disabilities in Second Life

The online magazine Life to Life has published an essay of mine entitled Ignoring the Chair in the July issue. (It’s written under my SL name of Uriel Wheeler, and starts on page 16.)

Life to Life is, in it’s own words “a new free online magazine published monthly for Second Life residents, written by Second Life residents, all about Second Life! Life to Life Magazine is published the 15th of each month.” The interface is really quite interesting – it’s perhaps one of the easiest on-screen reading experiences I’ve had in, oh, forever. Even if you’re not in Second Life, go give the article (and the whole magazine) a read!

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