I soared out of bed to find my lack of coffee soaring. My distaste for the cold weather began to soar as I picked up the paper and was sore to discover that journalists use of word “Soar”; was soaring.
Performing back flips for good luck only resulted in timeouts and having my money returned to me.
Things were getting serious:
Bet: L$1,000 (Lost)
Bet: L$2,000 (Lost)
Bet: L$4,000 (Lost)
Bet: L$8,000 (Lost)
Bet: L$16,000 (Lost)
Bet: L$32,000 (Lost)
*what the hell is going on?*
Continue reading How to loose L$346,180 in 3 days of Second Life Gambling: Part 2
Linden Lab, the creator of 3D virtual software Second Life, released the source code for its viewer application earlier today January 8, 2007. This surprising move brought cheers and gasps from 20 thousand concurrent daily users and over 2.4 million total signups in the Second Life community.
“This is awesome news! Wow, this opens up so many amazing possibilities! Good job LL!” said Ehdward Spengler in a posting on the Second Life blog.
“After reading the announcement and the replies I feel a little apprehensive. Iâ€™m fairly new to SL and know nothing about coding but seeing that itâ€™s obvious Lindens are reading these replies and NOT offering any reassurances isnâ€™t very reassuring. I want/need someone who knows to tell me my personal information and credit card info is, and will continue to be, secure.” said Stoni Innis, Second Life user in a posting on the Second Life blog.