Everyone knows that when you look at your browser and click in the upper left-hand corner you find a tab called "History" which is a record of your past web site visits. The tab is NOT on the top view -- you have to click to get it.
Everyone knows that when you use the PayPal site, the top view before you've logged in doesn't contain a tab called "history," this comes after you log in, and is in a context where you *expect* your transactions to be shown somewhere when you click "my account," not the company's history.
But when you go to a corporate site or a news site, you don'to see a tab called "history" that describes all your past articles read on that site:
That would be just plain odd -- getting a history of your articles read or places visited on that site in a "history" tab *on that site* and not in the browser.
When you go to a web site of a virtual world -- let's take Open Sim, which is the competitor to Kitely, and you see HISTORY on a tab on the web site of that world, it means "history of that corporation" or "history of development" in the case of the open-source sim:
So I rest my case.
Open Sim's "history" tab obviously means "history of development". Many ordinary users who aren't geeks aren't even going to bother to read some boring development history. Their *expectation* is that they will see history history, not "history of my travel throughout worlds" in a tab called history. That's how it works in the community of virtual worlds that Kiteley is in.
There is nothing on the Kiteley front page to tell you that the "free" thing you're going to get is in fact a meter of 114 minutes that is already ticking the minute you visit a "free" world. You won't pay in money; you will pay in time, and the record of that time will show on your "history" as if it were a PayPal account.
But this is the top view of the site, not a second view after you click my account.
Before I even log in, I'm getting a "history" tab:
Nothing on the top view of the world, or in the immediate view of the pricing plan, prepares me for the fact that the meter is running on my account with a certain amount of free minutes.
This is an unusual pricing plan for a world, and the entire interface has to be re-done.