Crave Entertainment just released a press release announcing a November 2005 release date for Tringo onto the Game Boy Advance. Congratulations to Kermitt Quirk for getting onto the most popular game platform in history.
[EDIT: Corrected spelling of Kermitt's name -- thanks Torley!]
Spent the weekend at a fascinating conference - Accelerating Change 2004. For those who haven't heard of it before, the Institute for the Study of Accelerating Change is an educational nonprofit base in LA that focuses on creating an "informed, optimistic, and empowered world community." The tautological nature of that mission might give you pause, but after meeting the volunteers, speakers, and participants, you come away with the realization that this is a group of very technologically minded folks who are want to make the world a better place.
So, the Linden Lab folks got along with them famously!