Accounting firms are starting to go virtual and setting up shop on Second Life.

A few weeks ago, I wrote about how futurist Edie Weiner recently predicted that accountants might need to start keeping track of money in Second Life's virtual currency, Linden dollars (see Accounting in Linden Dollars). I received a note in response to that column from Tom Hood, CEO of the Maryland Association of CPAs, pointing out that the association has already created a CPA Island in Second Life along with a Second Life Association of CPAs.

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