Monthly Archives: January 2005

Fun, Fun and Fun

During some long plane flights and my BART commute I’ve been reading some very different works on fun. While next week’s blog posting will return to SL technology (and maybe even have a screen shot or two of some rendering … Continue reading

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A Theory of Fun

I read Raph Koster’s “A Theory of Fun” last week. It was a fun, quick read, and I would recommend it to anyone interested in game design. The basic premise is that games are fun because games teach you, and … Continue reading

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Returning and Writing

I know, I know, this page has been pretty stagnant of late, however I suspect that most SL-ers are happy that my focus has been on bugs and hiring rather than blogging. I should get rolling again next week, but … Continue reading

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Preparing Inventory…

From December 29 – January 6, we had all sorts of login problems and I know a lot of people have wanted a detailed explanation. Our explanation of “drive failure” IS true, but doesn’t really tell the whole story. On … Continue reading

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