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Mar 10, 2010

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Where in the Hansen article does it say the U.S. may tax virtual item sales?

http://www.retailingtoday.com/editorial.aspx?id=132107

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Sorry - I was blogging tired. The rumor was that the issues in the article were going to become real within the year. The article itself says nothing like that.

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MMO developers can learn a lot from social games and how to tie in social pressure that will invoke higher usage of real dollars for the purchase of virtual currencies and goods. Good friend of mine went to GDC SF and wrote an interesting article on this topic http://mmoabc.com/news/what-mmo-mmorpg-games-can-learn-social-network-games.

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