human resources wants to see you. about your avatar.

Late last year, I met an IBM employee at a party, and we were chatting about Second Life. He was complaining that he couldn't wear certain (let's call them "attachments") while in-world, when he was at work with IBM. I was laughing, and a little frightened of his attachments.

Well, we can thank the corporate HR departments for keeping us all safe. IBM does indeed have a Code of Conduct for virtual worlds. (Of course they do.)

New employee orientations must be a blast. "And now, we'll tour our Second Life offices....please ignore those unsightly people to your left, and take pride in your Second Life khakis..."

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