Friday, October 21, 2011

2013 HELP: SpotON3D is right on, first look

SpotON3D is right on, first look 
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As close as your Facebook account
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 SpotON3D opens in Facebook
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  • Phoenix viewer interface
  • Auto download/install
  • Facebook ID/password

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To find it on Facebook, type SpotON3D in the search bar  
Here is the website
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Help offered on arrival
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Destinations: Where to go next.
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Membership prices
Parcel and prim
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I think they meant Prim, not Perm.
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Land Prices
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An Island with 15,000 prim allowance is $70  USD.  (I am assuming USD.)  Equivalent in Second Life is $300 USD.  If you just want land, your choice is obvious.  I have not checked out the details of the services.  
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If you want people, they are in Second Life.  But we have many groups on Facebook that represent people and interests in Second Life.    A login to SpotON3D looks to be a relatively low barrier to entry, especially if you are already logged in to Facebook, looking at a notice of an upcoming event in a few minutes.   
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As an experienced user, I found the access/start-up very convenient.  The link took me directly to the starter page.  The download/install took about the same time as an install on Second Life.  It was handled automatically.  I did not have to create a account -- my Facebook account did the job for entry. So I don't have to remember another password.  I don't to find the right viewer either,  Nor keep it updated.  
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I used to use InWorldz, but that login was too much trouble for me to visit there often.  The Facebook access looks much more convenient to me.  I expect to be trying it out in the next few weeks -- so expect more reports.    

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