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June 25, 2008


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Brenda Richter, CPA

I attended this seminar. I enjoyed the basic introduction to Second Life. I hope you have more seminars for educators and CPAs with ideas on how we can implement Web 2.0 into our classes and into our accounting practices.

I also found it quite helpful to down load the slide show and view it on my other monitor (I have dual monitors) since, I really couldn't see the slide show during the presentation. The podium and speaker blocked the slides and they were small and a little blurry.

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