26th January 2007 18:02 CET
Sweden is to become the first country to establish diplomatic representation in the virtual reality world of Second Life, officials said on Friday.
“We are planning to establish a Swedish embassy in Second Life primarily as an information portal for Sweden,” Swedish Institute (SI) director Olle Wästberg told AFP. The embassy would not provide passports or visas but would instruct visitors how to obtain such documents in the real world and act as a link to web-based information about the Scandinavian country.
The Local – Sweden to set up embassy in Second Life
Hmm. And they laughed at Charlie Nesson.
Okey, hoo dues thees dern theeng vurk?