The Department for Work and Pensions claimed the virtual meeting place could save taxpayers money in the long run.£20,000 start up cost and £12,000 a year, just so top civil servants can appear in wonky 3D for their 'meetings'...?
A DWP spokesman said: "We are currently exploring the potential of using Second Life and have active interest from a number of government departments.
Bring on the flying penis attack!
That would be government employment as entertainment then.
Perhaps the flow of money should be the other way round.
£20k and £12k a year is peanut dust compared to the other money these clowns are wasting. Still, it is money.
A DWP spokesman said: "We are currently exploring the potential of using Second Life
A SECOND one?
Ferfeks sake that shower have not got a FIRST life yet.
"...that shower have not got a FIRST life yet."
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