Every now and then one of our employees will ask me if we plan on marketing F5 within the Second Life world.  Our research has shown us that there is a fair overlap between gamers and people who administer our devices as part of their real life jobs. And while Second life is thriving and you see the occasional press release from companies that have "hung out a shingle" in the virtual world trying to draft off its success, I'm not sure that it would be a wise investment for us at this time.

Today I saw this news tidbit where Second Life has its first law suit between avatars over selling beds that allow other avatars to have sex.   I think I will continue to watch from the sidelines for a while because I don't think our products or technology are at the top of peoples' list while they are interacting in the virtual world.