i have been gone about 1 month ue to knee surgery when i came back to my property my home was missing n any sexual things n dances i paid real money for is gone i would like my things returned n a explanation why twinity would do this before i have to carry this matter further i hope ur security if u have any at all can give me a ansewer to why this happened thank you frank
It has been rather a long-time coming. I first went premium with Second Life just four days after creating my account (if memory serves me well, which it often doesn’t). It’s been quite the ride. Last month, I dropped back to a Basic account. Second Life’s been very good to me for a long time. […] Full post: So, there’s that.
Last nightâ€™s widespread outage of iinet, Australiaâ€™s second-largest Internet Service Provider, was bad enough. For hours, many of iinetâ€™s customers had little or no access to the assorted services that they were paying for due to a cooling failure at an iinet data-centre, during record-breaking heat. Bad enough, but iinetâ€™s communications people actu […]
The Second Life Terms of Service (ToS) comprise over 45,000 words, spread across roughly 20 documents (including Wiki pages), all of which you must warrant that youâ€™ve read and understood and agreed to before you can access Second Life or its forums. I read the whole thing. Every time. It takes quite a while to […] Full post: The Second Life Terms of Servi […]
That seems like a fairly simple question on the surface, and â€“ in many senses â€“ it actually is fairly simple, with fairly simple answers. You have to think it through a little bit to actually get to that simplistic core, however. The simplest answer is â€œeverybodyâ€, but thatâ€™s a very facile and superficially misleading […] Full post: Who does Linden […]
Earlier this month, Elliot Rodger (22) made a short video and wrote a 137 page manifesto before going on a killing spree in Santa Barbara, killing six people before dying himself. Rodger is variously described as a geek, a gamer, and a sexist. And you know? None of those are of any importance in Rodgerâ€™s […] Full post: Elliot Rodger and sexism
The other day, travelling from an unfamiliar part of town back home through heavy traffic, I decided to just let Google Maps call the shots. I could have navigated myself, just using major routes that went towards areas I knew, but I decided to see what Google Maps did for me. It took me on […] Full post: An unexpected side-effect of Google Maps
The saying goes â€œeven a stopped clock gives the right time twice a dayâ€. The implication is that no matter how wrong you are, how broken your reasoning, or how unfounded your opinion, once in a while (by chance) youâ€™ll be right about something. Thereâ€™s also an inverse corollary here: No matter how good your […] Full post: George Brandis and The Stopp […]
â€œLeftâ€ and â€œRightâ€ are two of the most commonly used political designations in this, or indeed in any, country. And you know, they actually used to mean something once. Back in revolutionary France, the â€œleftâ€ was opposed to the monarchy, and the â€œrightâ€ were supportive of its traditional structures. In the years since then, â€œleftâ€ […] Fu […]
Itâ€™s occurred to me that some of you â€“ perhaps even plenty of you â€“ havenâ€™t been following along in the particular social media outlets where discussions and explanations of my Web-sitesâ€™ extended downtime (three weeks), and the issues with the comments system were discussed. Okay, so letâ€™s tackle that. So, there have been a […] Full post: Where’ […]
So, what ever happened to marketing and PR? As an art and a science, did they even make it into the 21st century, or did they fall into a ditch somewhere, and we never noticed? Before we get started, Iâ€™m not saying that that all marketing and PR is bad or wrong nor that everyone […] Full post: What ever happened to marketing and PR?