As some of you may have seen listed in the forums or even on facebook, there was an article posted recently about how Facebook killed the Virtual World. I personally don't see that as a fair comparison, the two are rather opposite and are very differ
Written by Earl Nightingale.
Some years ago, the late Nobel prize-winning Dr. Albert Schweitzer was asked by a reporter, "Doctor, what's wrong with men today?" The great doctor was silent a moment, and then he said, "Men simply don't think!"
Internet etiquette is something everyone should know but often seem to ignore. In Virtual Realities poor etiquette is rampant. There are times when things are appropriate and other times when they are not. Here are some do's and don'ts that w
I logged into THERE really late last night, the only time I can get in it seems. I tried a few times earlier and got the world is full message. drat' I looked at the remarkable amount of running events but nothing caught my eye. Suddenly excite
So tonight in THERE I was really enjoying my stuff. Trying on everything in my inventory and just deciding what I wanted to keep and what I wanted to sell/return to get the 900t's I needed to rent the house for my club for just one more month. I
REPOSTED FROM ZDNet:
A German privacy group says use of the Facebook Like button leads to profiling that infringes German and European data protection laws.
Allright, this is just a bit of fun writing and is soely for entertainment purposes. ( I don't want to piss other redheads off, I know what they can do ;) )
Still had my last blog on the brain when I was discussing my beautiful wife, and he
In all honesty, I was never really surprised There closed. I saw it coming well before the announcement. Which is why at that time I was excited about venturing to Blue Mars which I see now happening all over again. I have to say that it does hurt ab
The following is an email I got from my mom. Being over 40 I can certainly empathise:
Growing up without a cellphone.
When I was a kid, adults used to bore me to tears with their tedious diatribes about how hard things wer