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Estonian Embassy in Second Life

I don’t want to go public on my comments about the Estonian Embassy in Second Life yet although I do find the decision rather “curious”.
I will reserve deeper comment for when it launches and we can all have a good look around.

However it’s good to know that Hill and Knowlton can produce such good value work.

Quoted as costing at 6400€ to create the Embassy I wonder if they would care to build a similarly complex Second Life office for altex, designed by Scope Clever, for the same price?

Anyone from H & K reading? Did you really do this for that price?
If so the send me a quote please or perhaps clarify the true cost if the cost of 6400€ is inaccurate.

We could not compete with that price and if the cost is correctly quoted then I am sure we can send some customers your way.

Here is the blog following the Embassy’s progress.

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Daniel —

Robin,

This price is roughly correct as for the building itself, but at the same time it does not reflect the market price levels, mainly because it involves a lot of voluntary work from each side (a really lot :)). It is an experiment that everyone is curious to participate for future references and experience.

Daniel

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Robin Gurney

I understand. Thanks for clarifying that. I am also interested in the statement about avoiding ghost town status: we will do everything to avoid that…

If you need help driving people there…thats what we do..but you know that anyway.
Hope it goes well and there are some concrete positives.. the eyes are on it..

As we say at altex…aeg eksperimenteerida 🙂

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bağcılar böcek ilaçlama

Anyone from H & K reading? Did you really do this for that price?
If so the send me a quote please or perhaps clarify the true cost if the cost of 6400€ is inaccurate. good news thanx admin 🙂

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lida

6400€ may be the actual price.

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