[SLED] gambling that isn't
Hilary.Mason at jwu.edu
Fri Jul 27 07:41:52 PDT 2007
We can construct our own ³fun points² system. As long as you can¹t exchange
³fun points² for anything of value, it¹s okay. And since the gaming isn¹t
the point, it¹ll work fine.
It still seems like a shame, though. I hate losing features for political
Assistant Professor, New Media/Computer Science
Johnson & Wales University
On 7/26/07 11:06 PM, "Ed Lamoureux" <ell at bumail.bradley.edu> wrote:
> one could simply keep track with meaningless credits.
> as long as they can't be cashed in for anything.
> the policy says
> (2) provide a payout in
> (a) Linden Dollars, OR
> (b) any real-world currency or thing of value.
> so one could have a game of chance . . .just like a slot or whatever, that
> pays out something of no value
> full gambling... just no payout.
> One could keep track of "credits"/points... but again, just not exchange them
> for anything of any value.
> So the JWU program (and educational programs like it) would be perfectly safe.
> On Jul 26, 2007, at 9:23 PM, Alex Halavais wrote:
>> I think it only means that you would have to role-play with fake cash.
>> I presume this is how you already do it in RL :). In other words, if
>> Linden Dollars are not fake enough, we need a different, *more* fake
>> currency. Although there isn't a direct API structure, it would
>> certainly be possible to create tools that interact with another
>> web-based currency.
>> Maybe QQ Coins...
>> On 7/26/07, Hilary Mason <Hilary.Mason at jwu.edu> wrote:
>>> I think you're joking, but our University offers a concentration in Sports
>>> Entertainment and Gaming through our Hospitality College. Does this
>>> requirement mean that there's no chance that we could do role-plays for
>>> those students?
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