3D interactivity enhances the social experience of the web. And since the early, entirely text based mutli-user dungeons, people swarm to the find the hottest places to hang out and chat or role play. Social networking sites like Myspace and Youtube offer more and more interactive features to facilitate relationships. Facebook and Flickr allow users to share a "wall" or room, enhanced with their friends commentary. Soon whole virtual economies with multiple currencies emerged offering exciting new opportunities. Some of these online realms host the development of whole new organizations. Others offer new ways to view the web and our social spaces. And many are free and open source. Here are a few I have been investigating.
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