Medicare Will Take Care of the Elderly Avatars in Second Life

The San Francisco company has recently reached an agreement with Medicare to take care of the digital health and well-being of elderly avatars on the grid.

Medicare will provide free digital assistance, software patches and updates to all Second Life residents using the corresponding avatar.

If, in addition to being elderly, they have a 10-year-old premium account, Linden will give them access to a “homestead” with a Florida setting (beaches, palm trees and golf course), which they won’t be able modify, but live for free. Republican voters will also get 100 extra prims.

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Time for your Viag...VITAMINS! Dear..Dear, where you drift off too???
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