This is my final post at looking forward. First parts i expressed thoughts on Simplification then discoverability as being areas Second life would deal with in future. This time Im thinking about content. There was that moment three years ago when M Linden left, the Lab cut staff and blogs were predicting all sorts from … Read moreSL10B Looking Forward: Part 3 – Light or dark times
In my first Looking forward post i expressed thoughts on New Users and how the forthcoming experience permissions could give current users tools to make things easier for newbs first arriving. I had some awesome comments by the way 🙂 thanx. Of course learning how to use Second Life will not fix the user retention … Read moreSL10B Looking Forward: Part 2 – Discoverability
Im not a fan of themes. I see SLB akin to the WWDC or E3 of Second Life. An expo for the community at large to display their little parts of SL and a chance to see what everyone else is up to. But a theme can help give focus for some to build around. … Read moreSL10B Looking Forward: Part 1 – Simplification
It’s almost opening time. For weeks or even months people from around the globe have been preparing to share with the rest of the SL Grid what they love most about their SL Experience. It’ll be the biggest statement from the Virtual World community on wether Second Life is still relevant and you can make … Read moreSL10B Thoughts before it all kicks off!
Last year Apple released an update to their OSX that added a notifications system. Basically notifications would pop up top right for a moment then disappear. These notifications could then be accessed by clicking a button that slid the desktop to the left to reveal a bar of your most recent notifications. I remember thinking, … Read moreThe curious case of when Apple copied Linden Lab