I’ve written a few thoughts on my other blog about LL’s announced policy changes for XStreetSL, the value of items in Second Life, and why I seriously think that the freebie/dollarbie economy is not such a good think after all, in spite of Dusan Writer’s belief that it is ultimately Second Life’s destiny to be a virtual world with free content.
The year was 2004. Second Life® was a very small place, where half of the residents participated rather a lot on the […]
Several very observing residents have noticed the “real estate market crash” – since the Lindens have added much more land, prices have […]
While I’m burning eyelashes on my other computer, swallowed by much-delayed work, I came up with the idea of writing about a […]
Thanks to moo Money, I was pointed to this amazing piece of software called Crazy Talk 4, which is able to do […]