Professional business people are working every day in virtual worlds as robots, dragons, elves, and animals. Find out if that is a hindrance or asset. Your host Hydra Shaftoe (wolf) finds out from this panel: Blue Linden (dragon), ePredator Potato (alien), Digistar Brower (Nokia spokesperson), Hiro Pendragon (ninja), Seklit Diller (furry), and Flea Busy who creates fancy avatars.

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A Brief Brief

For two days Second Life's favourite and most watched media network is throwing open its doors in a bonanza of style, content and fun. All your favourite Treet shows have booths and events happening during the two day event which will blow your socks off (even if you're barefoot).

The Expo will be held on Tropical Treet (http://slurl.com/secondlife/Tropical%20Treet/134/214/22) with a mixture of scheduled events and high profile shenanigans going on through out the weekend. There's hunts, prizes, freebies, music, live shows and a chance for you to be on TV.

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Gartner predicts enterprises will create dress codes for avatars

This video is now particularly interesting given the recent news that by the end of 2013, "70 percent of enterprises will have behavior guidelines and dress codes established for all employees who have avatars associated with the enterprise inside a virtual environment."
Source: http://www.infoworld.com/t/internet/gartner-enterprises-will-create-dres...

Also within the article is a comment by futurist Mike Lorrey, that corporate clients may be worried about "the oddballs in the office showing up as dragons, fairys, or in other wear that wouldnt be acceptable even on casual friday in a real office."

Well Hydra, I'd love to hear your take on that! :)