Tuesday, March 28, 2006

'Second Life' gets an $11 Million Dollar boost

The online virtual world known as Second Life has just announced an $11 million round of funding. This will allow Linden Lab, the creators of Second Life, to expand deeper into foreign markets, hire more personnel, and improve their infrastructure.

Second Life currently has about 165,000 users, a drop in the bucket compared to other popular MMO's (Blizzard's 'World of Warcraft' has 6 million). But users are passionate, creative, and mature. It's not your typical quest driven fantasy world. It's more of a virtual canvas for creative digital artists, socialites, and programmers to get together and share ideas, talents, and have fun...maybe even making a buck along the way.

I highly suggest visiting Second Life and becoming an active member. It is free to join and you only need to pay if you want to own land. While you're there, checkout our virtual pet dogs :-)

Sunday, March 26, 2006

Rare Monty Python interview online

This blog posted a rare 1975 interview with members of Monty python. If you're a fan, you must check it out!

Friday, March 10, 2006

Zombie MMO in the works

Tired of the same old fantasy online games? Well, it looks like a new MMORPG is in the works called Exanimus (Latin for "without life"), which is based on the horror genre. It's still in pre-production, so there are no screenshots or anything, but this is an interesting game to keep an eye on!

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Unfolding the Origami mystery

CNET posted some sneak peek pictures of minitablets that Microsoft and Intel are working on as the mysterious Origami project. Very tantalizing!