Estonia, a small member state of the European Union with 1.3 million inhabitants living by the Baltic Sea, has since the 1990s been labelled as one of the leading “Information Age” countries, having a surprisingly high penetration rate of computer use and Internet. They’re very strong supporters of e-voting and […]
I just wished to thank all my friends that so nicely wished me a Merry Christmas! For all of you and your families, my sincere wishes of a wonderful holiday!
Prokofy Neva has released his predictions for 2008 which make for very interesting reading, even if his predictions for 2007 were actually not close to the mark, but made for interesting reading nevertheless. Sadly, Typepad (the software his blog runs under) thinks that my comments are “spamming” (well, who knows…) […]
Extropia DaSilva is back with another one of her fantastic essays. Enjoy! — Gwyn In part one of this essay, we examined that most infamous of dystopian nanotech outcomes, the ‘grey goo’ of self-replicating machines. In this second part the view shall be widened as we examine how molecular manufacturing […]
I found this very interesting blog entry, thanks to my friends: http://youthedesigner.com/2007/11/30/20-horrible-habits-of-clients/ It’s done by a web designer, but it applies exactly to Second Life as well. Customers are customers everywhere!
Every girl who tried a flexiskirt once (how can you resist not buying them…?) knows about the problem: they look fantastic when standing up, but completely nasty when sitting down. The image here shows what happens. Flexiskirts, unlike mesh-based skirts (also known as ugly Linden skirts) simply don’t follow your […]