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  1. Syo Emerald wrote: I said it long ago, that this is probably a guy....but I wasn't sure yet, if he was either stupid to a level of being unable to be counted as someone with a regular IQ or a person with trolling as their only hobby. A person with a regular IQ would have Googled him. We as humans are unable to choose our intelligence quotients.
  2. Drake1 Nightfire wrote: X3aV wrote: Coby Foden wrote: X3aV wrote: As much as you try to make your avatar look real, why does she always have that stupid blank look on her face in every photo? Coby's SL Photos Yeah, isn't that very sad? However much we try we cannot make the avatars to look like real persons. :smileysad: Sniff... Guess what, deary, you are a real person! You are more beautiful than anyone trying to be you could be! How do you know? Coby could be the most advanced AI on a test run. Artificial intelligences are people too.
  3. 8bitBiologist wrote: Thank you VRprofessor! Sound advice - yes I do realize this is a bit ambitious but as you say, until you've taught the course once, you won't have a good idea what part of it is a keeper and which components are not practical. I imagine this run through will allow me to better focus the course for the following semester. Unfortunately part of keeping a focus is using this VR platform as a way to tie together the other aspects of digital media. That's why that seems to be the focus although really, they are getting a broader range of skills (or that is the intent). Like with GIMP - I won't be able to teach all of GIMP, but they'll learn a few uses of it and if they enjoy using it, maybe they will take the initiative or learning more on their own. That is the thought, at least ^.^ Don't listen to him, he is a known impostor, he won't even list his credentials!
  4. Oh, that is totally illegal. Expect the awethoritayz to get involved soon!
  5. Abrena wrote: Sorry if I sound confused i'm kind of new lol You dont sound confused, you sound special
  6. Dillon Levenque wrote: I don't think you need to worry about the revelation of the phone number. I'd be more worried about people who called. oooooh, scary people gonna stealz yo info from ze phone! Seriously, who uses phones anymore?
  7. Coby Foden wrote: X3aV wrote: As much as you try to make your avatar look real, why does she always have that stupid blank look on her face in every photo? Coby's SL Photos Yeah, isn't that very sad? However much we try we cannot make the avatars to look like real persons. :smileysad: Sniff... Guess what, deary, you are a real person! You are more beautiful than anyone trying to be you could be!
  8. As much as you try to make your avatar look real, why does she always have that stupid blank look on her face in every photo? Coby's SL Photos
  9. You ever heard of the Internet? You can type things into the search engines and get answers. Second Life is all about getting money, look it up.
  10. Cassandra41 wrote: Thanks for being a damn jerk about it. However, my request was serious and you had no business posting an add about wanting to about people if you were not serious. Jerks gonna be jerks.
  11. Log in with the official viewer, which does not have RLV, and remove all your stuff. Then you can go back to your pervy viewer and start all over again.
  12. Drake1Nightfire wrote: SL is not a video game. It is a video game. A virtual world would be where you would lose all sense of being in the real world. You would no longer have the sensation of sitting at your desk looking at monitors and using human interface devices. Think Avatar or The Matrix. Second Life is a video game on par with Pac Man, Super Mario Brothers, Angry Birds, and any other digital game. Until you can leave reality, you cannot be in virtual reality.
  13. Drake1 Nightfire wrote: X3aV wrote: Then you equated taking screen grabs of video game characters to rape. No, no I did not. You act as if video game characters are real people. The people running the avatars are real people. Again, not a video game. Virtual World. Drake1 Nightfire wrote: Begging to be noticed... Wow. That sounds vaguely familiar.. I know I have heard that before. Something about attire and asking for it.. That was not specifically equating it to rape? Every character in any video game is run by a real person, minus the computer run characters, of course.
  14. First you equated taking screen grabs of video game characters to being a man without children of his own taking photos of children at a park. Then you equated taking screen grabs of video game characters to rape. Facts. You act as if video game characters are real people. My opinion.
  15. Hello all, Have any of you tried Googling this person's name? For those of you who do not know how to do so, I can tell you that this person is a young man, perhaps even a boy, who is on many many gaming forums asking all sorts of questions and I honestly do not think he is personally trying to troll. He even has a YouTube channel.
  16. X3aV

    Windows 8

    Don't get sarcasm much?
  17. X3aV

    Missing skins.

    Get a better system, then you only have to wait a few moments.
  18. How do you or anyone else know how often a Linden employee reads the forums? You can state that they do not respond, but unless you are monitoring them, yourself or anyone else has no way of knowing.
  19. X3aV

    Windows 8

    Nope. it does not work at all. No. Does not work. Please do not Google Second Life Windows 8.
  20. Drake1 Nightfire wrote: X3aV wrote: There is no issue, you are free to use the name. You obviously haven't read the Guidelines for Using Linden Lab's Trademarks Yep read it, still ok to use.
  21. August 1, 2013 Linden Lab®, the makers of shared creative spaces including Second Life®, Patterns™, Creatorverse™, Versu™, and dio™, today announced that Blocksworld™ for iPad™ is now available for free worldwide in the App Store. Blocksworld is a lighthearted build-and-play system for kids and grownups alike that brings the imaginative play of toy blocks to your iPad’s touch-screen, allowing you to bring your digital creations to life. Snap together colorful 3D blocks to create anything you can imagine – from crazy characters to cars, space rockets, animals, robots, planes, monsters, and much more – and then bring your creations to life and play with them! Simple drag-and-drop controls make it easy to add interactivity and animations to anything you make. Tap “Play” and get ready to smile as your creations walk and talk, jump, drive, fly, shoot lasers, fire rockets, or even explode. Proud of what you’ve made? Share your creations with the Blocksworld community so that players around the world can enjoy what you’ve built, and move up the leaderboard as your creations become more popular. In need of some inspiration? Play through quick, fun puzzles to pick up new building techniques and unlock new materials and tools. Or, play with any of the creations that other Blocksworld players around the world have shared with the community. Expand your creative potential with themed Sets like Rocket Power, Wacky Walkers, Wheel Action, or Laser Blazers, available for purchase in the App Store. Each set includes additional blocks, colors, characters, special actions, and more to create with, as well as new puzzles to play. “Millions of people have grown up building things out of toy blocks at home, and now Blocksworld brings that experience to the iPad, opening up a whole new world of creativity,” said Rod Humble, CEO of Linden Lab. “Kids and grownups alike will love building unique creations, but the real magic comes when you bring your creations to life with Blocksworld’s simple tools. We can’t wait to see what everyone will build and share and look forward to continually expanding Blocksworld’s creative capabilities with new block Sets.” iPad is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. About Linden Lab Founded in 1999 and headquartered in San Francisco, Linden Lab makes shared creative spaces that inspire and empower users to explore and share their creativity with others. In 2003, the company released Second Life, the pioneering virtual world filled by the unique creations of its users, who can build anything they can imagine, socialize with others from around the world, and share or sell their creations in a thriving real-money marketplace. Linden Lab has now expanded its portfolio to include five new digital entertainment products, including Patterns, a new 3D universe for users to shape; Creatorverse, a tablet and mobile game that allows users to set their creativity in motion; dio, a new shared creative space on the web; Versu, an interactive fiction experience that makes the reader a part of a living story; andBlocksworld, a lighthearted build-and-play system for kids and grownups alike for the iPad. For more about Linden Lab, its products, and career opportunities please visit LindenLab.com. —- Contact: Peter Gray presscontact@lindenlab.com 415-547-7367 [source]
  22. Blocksworld.com Blocksworld HD for iPad http://www.youtube.com/blocksworldgame
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