Barack Obama’s change.org website is accepting requests for ideas and projects to be implemented during his term. Knowing that he’s all for technological innovation, and that several successful experiments with e-democracy were done inside Second Life®, let’s try to push for even more. Andabata Mandelbrot is proposing that we vote […]
When answering to Tateru Nino’s post on Massively about Linden Lab’s new choice of webpage, there was a short talk on the comments section about how little Linden Lab really listens to comments from their users. But at least they open these kinds of things for discussion. Some Lindens even participate […]
Instead of sending cards to everybody in my friends list, I’ll leave you with the highlights of how I spend the holidays: throwing snowballs at Lindens! It’s been fun to do that every year 🙂 Happy Holidays to everybody!
Something for you to read during the holiday season from Extropia DaSilva, who has probably written her best and most thought-provoking essay so far: one that even explains immortality and how we can achieve it! — Gwyn ‘I’m gonna live forever!’ — Theme Tune to ‘Fame!’. INTRODUCTION People who make a living […]
Hamlet Au, aka Wagner James Au, the oldest journalist writing professionally about Second Life since its earliest days on his blog New World Notes, has just announced that his blog will start adding articles in Portuguese. It’s still unknown if the articles will be all translated, or if there will […]
We’re now on the aftermath of the OpenSpace drama, as thousands of owners of OpenSpace sims, after weeping and moaning, are dropping their sims or consolidate them into “regular” sims. My friends report that almost a thousand sims were immediately discarded after the announcement (there is no market value for […]
Allegedly popular with other blogger communities, but done for the first time in SL, Vint Falken of vintfalken.com and ArminasX Saiman of secondeffects.com launched the SL Bloggers Mix ‘n Match challenge to a rather large group of SL bloggers to write articles on other SL bloggers, with subjects randomly assigned. The result was fun, and often […]
For some time now we’ve been sort of expecting with anticipation what M Linden’s style of management would be. One thing was sure: the old Tao of Linden (where developers would be pretty much allowed to do what they wished) would slowly be replaced by a goal-oriented strategy (in this case: “more stability” […]