Guess I’m not the only one who has doubts about it.
If blogging doesn’t appeal, WEF offers the suggestible chief executive another way to make a noise in cyberspace. He can join a fantasy game, Second Life, and give an interview in the persona of a computer-generated puppet, or “avatar”.
One attraction of Second Life is the freedom to choose an avatar with the dress sense of a rock star and the physique of a porn star. Whether the Davos demographic leans that way remains to be seen. But it would probably pose fewer legal risks than blogging with candour.