Need some computer help? Geeksquad to the rescue!

Geek Squad is in Second Life

If I ever need any help with hardware or software problems I can usually find an answer by a search engine. I can also ask questions at scriptschool from TD Goodliffe. What would I do if I couldn’t find any answer? I have never tried the people from geeksquad but I know my nieces have and was pleased with the service. Now you can find help from the geeksquad in Second life on their own Island. [ Geeksquad Island SLURL ]

When I teleported to the island I was greeted by a geeksquad agent and asked if I had any questions. I was just going to look around and had no questions so I thanked him and went to explore. I must say they did a fantastic job with this build. I was very impressed with every little detail that they put in. When you first go there you will be at the top where you should see some of the geeksquad people sitting around. Someone should be there from 3pm to midnight Second Life time. They will give free advice and counsel according to their article here. Later they probably will have pay services added too.

Second Life has Geek Squad helping peopleGeek Squad is in Second Life with a nice place

You will also find an elevator which will take you to the amphitheater and a unique transit system. Sit in the egg shaped device and get moved to different areas inside a tube. The amphitheater has some videos of what the Geeksquad do when they are helping out customers. Visit the home of the future and see some great devices they made in second life. I like the bed the best because it looks so cool when it moves.

There is also the museum which has plenty of history of computers and important events in the time line. Definitely try the bumper cars on top of the volcano! Looks really cool and would be fun with lot of others driving around bumping into each other. So if you have some technical questions or you just want to have some fun for the day you should check this place out. It made me want to be part of the Geeksquad but trying to explain computers to my family drives me crazy so I’ll pass.

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