What do I do?

imvu ambassador
Someone asked me in a message what I do here. It’s an interesting question, though I’m not sure if most people really know or have a job here per say. I guess in a sense I’m lucky having found a fun job that I have a great time with here. Anyway here’s the answer that I thought was worth putting up here.

Sometimes I say I’m the IMVU Ambassador, trying to show the world how amazingly fun this place can be. Sometimes I say I’m the IMVU Fantasy Developer, because I like the fantasies section of my website and I try to help people live out exciting fantasy scenarios. Overall I’m just trying to help the whole imvu world a little and having a ball.

I’m not really looking for anything specific but I also like to pick good people’s brains and learn what I can to try to teach IMVU. There’s just a lot of things that it seems like we all have to learn by trial and error in here and I’m trying to create a fun happy resource to help teach a little of that and make it easier to explain to someone outside what this place is like. I guess that’s a long answer to your short question, but it was a good one.

2 responses

  1. it really is a a good question.. what does one do on imvu. before I started I couldn’t imagine how it could be so time consuming. now it seems i am perpetually busy though I still really can’t explain what there is to do. in some ways, both nothing and everything. nothing in the sense that its all virtual and everything you do here you can do daydreaming by yourself maybe with a chat program. and yet at the same time everything because like a holodeck the sky is the limit.

    May 29, 2012 at 9:28 pm

  2. Yes, that’s kind of funny. What did you do, everything and nothing at the same time, lol. But where did the time go? Will the whole world get sucked into interactive movies/computer games/Virtual Worlds as they merge together?

    Is it my job here to document a dream world that doesn’t exist? It’s a tough job but someone’s got to do it. I had no clue and still have no clue most of the time. Oh well, there are worse things to waste your time on.

    May 30, 2012 at 2:37 pm

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