Monthly Archives: May 2006

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75% of SL residents created something form scratch in the last 7 days.Question: Do creative people become SL residents or do SL residents become creative people?    -Henrik Linden http://slcreativity.org/blog/

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And A Young Linden Came a Calling, Tra La La La La

So, we have the option of getting buisness cards with our avatars on them at the Lab, which sounded pretty cool to me.  I’m not about to let some designer put his gubby paws all over my beautiful Ben Linden … Continue reading

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HTTP Out

While we were adding llHTTPRequest and http_response to LSL, Zero and I were hoping that it would lead to all sorts of web 2.0 mashup hotness (as well as mixed reality robot control and massively multiplayer etch-a-sketch). So, its very … Continue reading

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Second Life IPC

Other than back-end asset storage and lsl generated calls, the interprocess communication in Second Life falls into one of three broad categories. The low latency messaging system over UDP with application state and packet reliability, remote procedure calls over HTTP … Continue reading

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Too many metaphors for a good title

Knock Knock. Who’s there?

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Eggy Lippmann showed me my entry in the SL History Wiki today, and reminded me that yes, I do have a blog!  Good thing he did too, because my head is near bursting with topical thoughts, and blogging is almost … Continue reading

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Eggy Lippmann showed me my entry in the SL History Wiki today, and reminded me that yes, I do have a blog!  Good thing he did too, because my head is near bursting with topical thoughts, and blogging is almost … Continue reading

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