Is Second Life’s survival, as Wagner James Au puts it, seriously threatened by Second Life users’ hate and fear of change?
Do Second Life users hate and/or fear change? Does that constitute a serious threat to Second Life?
Or is what Second Life users hate and fear something quite different?
I personally think that it has a lot more to do with trust, and expectation-management personally, rather than change.
What do you think? You, after all, know your own mind better than anyone else.