/// Linden Lab CEO Rod Humble on Second Life’s Tween Years (Q&A)
It has been around for a while, but the user-created virtual world Second Life is still alive and kicking (and flying around). Its creator, Linden Lab, says the game has more than one million monthly active users, 10 years after it launched. There are other games in its portfolio, including Patterns and Blocksworld , a physics-builder for the iPad planned for release this month. But Second Life is still Linden Lab’s main focus. CEO Rod Humble sat down with AllThingsD recently to discuss where Second Life is headed — both on other platforms and within its own virtual world. AllThingsD : What’s next? What does the future of Second Life look like? Rod Humble : We’ve spent a lot of time on usability and performance.
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Linden Lab CEO Rod Humble on Second Life’s Tween Years (Q&A)
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