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"Julia Krauss lives in the real world. She doesn't feel the need for an avatar. She doesn't want to roam through some computerized haven.
She's computer savvy and aware of the benefits of cyberspace, but she wants her feet planted on terra firma. She wants her ideas grounded. She prefers communication face-to-face.
"That's just the sort of person I am," she says.
Jessica, the character she plays in Trevor Copp's drama "The Second Life" is something else again. She loses the ability to know what's real and what isn't."
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