Chit Chat City is an online virtual world in which children and teenagers get to draw their own avatars, clothes and accessories using brushes on a 3D canvas.
You also get to meet, socialize and mingle with other players from around the world, affect the virtual game world by building and furnishing your own home, block by block, the way you want it and where you want it in the city. Virtual worlds are pretty amazing, and continue to get more so every day.
However, many are one sided, and while social stuff is fun, having other options to keep you interested is even better. Apart from getting to draw your own avatar, complete with clothing and accessories, all utilizing a 3D canvas and meeting other people from around the world, but you also get to build and furnish your own house.
No matter where you want your door, windows, bedroom, what-have-you – you can put it where you want.
Your house is part of a larger neighborhood made up of homes created by other people from all over the world.
Once your house is built, you can add furniture, meet new people, farm, get a pet, and have company and if you are really feeling motivated, you can also turn part of your house into a shop! (Unless you want to speed things up buying credits).
We are a Boston based company that is focused on the sale and fulfillment of international rail products to consumers and travel companies through our global network of company-owned travel sites, affiliate partners and other traditional and non-traditional distribution channels.
Before seeing Avatar, I wondered how someone could ever improve on such realism.
But with a 0 million budget, director James Cameron made it possible.
He took movie realism to a whole new level in filmmaking.
Our specialty is in web-based distribution and we were pioneers in the Online sales of train tickets and passes.
We help rail companies increase their sales and lower their distribution costs; and we help travel companies increase their rail sales and margins.
In just five weeks, Avatar has already become one of the most popular films of all time; it has recently captured a Golden Globe award for best movie.
Because the three of us are science fiction fans who are also continually on the lookout for how the Bible’s teachings can be compared to what’s in the popular culture, we decided to see it (and in 3D). I remember when I saw Jurassic Park 17 years ago—I was amazed, even stunned, by the lifelike dinosaurs on the screen.