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EXCLUSIVE: Maria Korolov Now Calling the Shots at InWorldz, Magnuz Binder Now Sets Policy for Great Canadian Grid, New York Times Runs Story About New Jersey! Oh the Humanity!

Okay, now that I have everyone’s attention… Maria Korolov has decided that InWorldz will no longer release grid stats to the general public. I know, you’re thinking, “When did Maria Korolov become the big cheese at InWorldz?” I was wondering … Continue reading

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InWorldz/Second Life Connection Centers to stay open

My Typist (he insists on the capitalization) has a new column on Hypergrid Business called Gridhopping with George Miner. This is the first installment… InWorldz/Second Life Connection Centers to stay open from Hypergrid Business http://www.hypergridbusiness.com/2013/12/gridhopping-inworldz-sl-connection-centers-to-stay-open/

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The Communications Gap in Virtual Worlds

No, this article is not about how Linden Lab ignores its customers…though it couldda been. 🙂 My friend, Han Held is partially to blame for the following outpouring of thoughts that are connected even if I don’t connect them very … Continue reading

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Calling All OpenSim Fans: How Often Do You Use Second Life? And Why? (Meme Alert!)

Over at OpenSim City I have posted in the forums, a list of questions aimed at getting OpenSim fans’ thoughts about Second Life. Obviously many people in OpenSim started in Second Life and later left it behind, while some others made … Continue reading

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In the event of my demise…

A close relative is in his last days and we are dealing with all that entails in both emotional and practical terms. This morning I had to begin to tell others where things are at, to spread the word quietly … Continue reading

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The Free Metaverse

The phrase “the free Metaverse” gets thrown around a lot these days, especially among OpenSimmers. What does it actually mean? I’m not sure there is a correct answer to that question. It seems different people have different intentions when they … Continue reading

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Dankoville

Yes, I’ve been quiet. It involved that darn RL that you hear people refer to now and then. Let’s see now, any news since we last spoke? Hmmm. Oh, I started my own world. It was spur of the moment. … Continue reading

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Wizzy And Me… And 88-Thousand Prims

Last month I saw a tweet from Wizard Gynoid that she had rezzed 79-thousand-plus prims in one region on Inworldz on its Beta grid. I replied that I’d like to see that. A few days later, with some help from … Continue reading

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All My Dankos (with Historic Photo)

“This Hypergrid thing is great, especially when you have accounts on multiple grids. Over the weekend, I friended myself.” – Danko Whitfield, virtual comedian Ever since I did my first hyperjump in April I’ve been wondering, what if I jumped … Continue reading

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3D-NOT!-mee

I’ve been investigating “other” virtual worlds lately. Just curious. An explorer at heart, I guess. I’ve played in Second Life for five years and continue to do so. Recently, due to changes in RL, I had the occasion to rethink … Continue reading

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