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Tuesday, May 04, 2004

NADA SURFS THE WEB, ZERO CONTINUES GRACING SECOND LIFE

Longtime Tyrell Corporation member Nada Epoch hasn't been in-world very much, as he continues his burgeoning architectural career and assists a professor in a class that employs Second Life as a teaching tool (more on that later), but he did have time to stop by NWN, and offer his thoughts on why the Tyrell Corporation constantly alters its ambitions. A particularly fascinating excerpt:

As an architect, the best you can really hope for is to take what you learned in one project, and attempt to apply it to another building in the future. Here [in Second Life] though, building only takes time, and if you don't like it, you can scrap the whole idea and start over, or just get rid of the portions that you don't like and refine the whole... If you ask me, this is a near perfect match of implementation and environment; basically we have created a Wiki on Gibson for us to gradually build up. In fact, I think that this is a great model for groups in SL to work with because it acknowledges and capitalizes on nearly all the benefits and even some of the faults of this style of online community. [emph. mine]

Meanwhile, the adventures of Zero Grace (aka Tony Walsh) continue in Clickable Culture.

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Comments

Hey Hamlet,

The link to clickable culture appears to be dead to me...

Posted by: Zeitgeist at May 4, 2004 7:37:36 PM

Hmmm, works for me. Try copy and pasting this puppy:

http://www.clickableculture.com/comments.php?id=P1919_0_1_0

Posted by: Hamlet Linden at May 4, 2004 7:50:24 PM