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 […]
… you don’t know where the fashionable shops are! Now, thanks to Ana Lutetia, you’ll know. Thanks, Ana, for providing this crucial information 🙂
Linden Lab is definitely spoiling us. One day after the release of a new Release Candidate with the awesome in-world Search, Linden Lab released a new WindLight client! We all knew that they had it “almost finished” for previewing and gathering data, but I guess it was a surprise to […]
So you haven’t downloaded the new in-world release candidate? You really should, it’s awesome! Linden Lab is converting all their object/asset data into HTML pages, feed them to a Google Search Appliance, and let us do complex queries on it. If you’re afraid of downloading “unstable” versions, you can still […]
The recent announcement that one of the most popular e-zines for Second Life, Second Life Insider — a year-old collaborative blog with SL’s best authors — was “transformed” into Massively deserved several comments from popular bloggers of the SLogosphere (I’m eagerly awaiting the opinion of Hamlet Au on New World […]
I admit — having no TV at home, it means that I only get to watch TV very occasionally, when together with friends on their own homes. CSI is usually popular with some of them, and I tend to watch it whenever I’ve got a chance, although over here in […]
This might go mostly unnoticed, but on Wednesday, October 10, 2007, Second Life officially has ten million registered accounts. Statistics are mostly irrelevant at this stage (what exactly is a “registered account”?) but it shows the growth — about this time, last year, Second Life was a tenth of the size… Obviously […]
Just read Cat Gisel’s poem. It’s hilarious!
It seems like yesterday, when a group of about 60 people or so opened up their self-governed, democratic community in the old mainland snow sim of Anzere. Three years later, in spite of constant predictions to the contrary, Neufreistadt (Confederation of the Democratic Simulators) and their sister group on the […]