Monthly Archives: April 2006

ChucK!!

Last week I had the opportunity to talk about Second Life with some of Ed Felten‘s students at Princeton.  A year ago, a friend at Microsoft Research had explained that their favorite school to recruit from was Princeton.  I hadn’t … Continue reading

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They made too many “e”s

I’m heading down to Make Magazine’s Maker Faire for Linden Lab this weekend.  It should be fun.  I’ll be there with a few other Lindens – Doug, Brent, and Red to start with, demoing Second Life.  If you are in … Continue reading

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Serious Pwnage

Sadly, as noted in the comments, the rules won’t allow Second Life entries this year.  Bummer, but they’re going to change the rules for next year. Just saw that Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) conference is hosting a … Continue reading

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Top of Picks

Recently a question came up from Prokofy Neva about the profile option “My Picks” and how people are using them as a way to say something about themselves, as well as for advertising. So Philip ran a query to see … Continue reading

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Expanding Classifieds

The classified ads have been expanded beyond Second Life. When you have a chance, take a look at the new classified ad section on the Second Life website and let us know what you think.

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Surrey Survey

Alek Krotoski, a good friend of Second Life both in her job on the Guardian Gamesblog and in her PhD research at University of Surrey, has created a survey to explore the spread of information in SL.  You can find … Continue reading

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A Billing Primer

Every now and then it’s important to take a look at our policies and make sure that everyone understands them, and how we enforce them. This seems like one of those times, as there has recently been some confusion about … Continue reading

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