As an early explorer of virtual worlds, I know their value. In fact, I have spent most of my professional career encouraging others to visit cyberspace and use it to their advantage. But there are qualities of place and aspects of presence that have not yet been replicated in virtual worlds. Although some are elusive, they afford a variety of experience, a quality of learning, not attainable by purely electronic means.
What is in this article?:
- Joel Orr commentary: Face to Face
- Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together...Psalm 133:1