I certainly look forward to a Second Life WWW experience. The more I think about it, the more uses I find for it. Some, of course, are based on 3D replacements for the current 2D WWW experience, and this is the first step when one technology “assimilates” another. But I’m amazed at how many things will be possible only on 3D. Being “backwards compatible” with the “legacy WWW” and bringing brave new uses for a brand new technology is what I hope to be the success of Second Life – or whatever will come next.
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The recent announcement that one of the most popular e-zines for Second Life, Second Life Insider — a year-old collaborative blog with […]
Since March 2005 or so, master games designer Will Wright was hidden in his neon-lit cave, hacking along his masterpiece, Spore. With […]
An interesting series of interviews run by Aria E Appleford has given me some food for thought. Aria has interviewed old residents of […]