an exploration of the Secondlife platform as an immersive environment, a poltical space, and as a generative medium for architectural design.

Friday, November 04, 2005

wu-had is upon you

the day many secondlifers feared is here. j-wu has a blog. what can we look forward to?

the return of negratings
the end of LL and alt-barons' conspiracy to deflate the L$
less seams, less flicker
more blingers - more money - more gun talk
an increase in literacy on a global scale
sparing use of capitals



  • At 11/04/2005 05:07:00 a.m., Blogger Lo said…

    Wu, my love, what do you think of prim babies?


  • At 11/04/2005 10:28:00 a.m., Blogger Prokofy Neva said…

    *negrate, negrate, negrate*
    *altnegrate, altnegrate, altnegrate*

  • At 11/04/2005 10:46:00 a.m., Blogger jauani said…

    Lo, prim babies sounds like an interesting topic. let me reflect on that!

    Prokofy, I very much wish we still had the negrating system in place so you didn't have to paste it like that in text every time we cross paths on the internet. As the community grows, those terms you've printed will lose amongst the general population of SL. I can see the benefits of this decision by LL, but I find in terms of engendering an open community and free market business reliant on reputation (as philip stated in his address at teh State of Play panel on Virtual Stock Exchanges), removing the means to express a negative experience with another player to the rest of the community is a grave oversight. i sincerely hope they have some other feature in mind to replace the negative ratings in this regard.


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