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“On April 15, 2004, I will truthfully report to the IRS that my primary source of income is the sale of imaginary goods ...” “

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“... and that I earn more from it, on a monthly basis, than I have ever earned as a professional writer.”

WHO: Julian Dibbell, who has written about virtual worlds and their economies for years
ABOUT WHAT: Dibbell has a website devoted to an experiment in which he is trying to make as much money as he can trafficking in Ultima Online goods. From Wired News: Laying Down the Virtual Law

posted at 4:15 pm
on Nov. 19, 2003

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