Monthly Archives: September 2005

I Scream

Better late than never… We had a treat on Monday, a bit of a reward for 50k. Rumor has it that at 100k, we get *TWO* scoops. 😉 ben

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Success of Open Source

I took a recommendation off of Ed Felten’s site the other day, “The Success of Open Source? by Steven Weber, and am really glad that I did. It was amazingly relevant to many of the challenges and issues Second Life faces … Continue reading

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Tringo GBA!

Crave Entertainment just released a press release announcing a November 2005 release date for Tringo onto the Game Boy Advance.  Congratulations to Kermitt Quirk for getting onto the most popular game platform in history. [EDIT: Corrected spelling of Kermitt’s name … Continue reading

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Teen SL Vs DJ Babbage

I’ve just got back from casting my vote for the Second Life resident created trailer competition in Supernova. If you haven’t seen them already, I urge you to check them out and cast your vote as the competition ends on … Continue reading

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50,000!

Wow. I mean, WOW! I’m at Stanford doing a Second Life tutorial as part of the Accelerating Change 2005 conference, but this needed a post. The tutorial has been amazing so far — I’ll push the photos up to Flickr … Continue reading

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Hammer, Spanner, Second Life

In real life, Ali and I are looking at refurbishing our kitchen, so we downloaded a couple of software tools from Ikea and MFI which allowed us to design a kitchen using their units. As large parts of our existing … Continue reading

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