Posted on 9 October 2011 by daleinnis
Well, I’m sure there will be worldwide acclaim soon, anyway. Probably!
There is the publicity shot for Placemaker: Plazas (Basic Edition), just released onto the SL Marketplace.
For a mere 400 Linden-dollars, you can own a device capable of producing literally a whole lot of different and sometimes even interesting (and in any case full-perm) plaza-like structures!
I have no doubt if that price-point makes any sense :) but I thought I’d give it a try.
So buy it if it sounds interesting! Let me know if it works for you, if the instructions were confusing, or anything else. If I continue to find the general idea interesting, maybe someday there will be a “Placemaker: Houses”. That was actually my original thought, but that turned out to be a little grandiose to code from scratch, so I started smaller…
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Posted on 30 July 2010 by daleinnis
Thanks to Ahuva, I actually attended (most of) Philip’s talk today (via treet TV, I think, although I can’t find any record of it on the website). Mostly I attempted to cause amusing things to appear in the live Twitter scroll below and to the right of the video, while letting his soothing words wash subcognitively over me, but I did notice that he said that the new design goals for SL are “Fast, easy, fun!”.
Which, as I immediately recognized, belongs on a tee shirt.
You can now get this shirt, the texture used to make it (so you can make your own variants), and two other classic Dale Innis “tee” shirts (“Light Sweet Crude” and “nice 2 meet u!! wanna cyber?”), all full-perm, for a mere 30L (i.e the texture upload fee), on xstreet SL (ha, I spelled it right!) here:
FAST, EASY, FUN!
Woo an’ woo! :)
Update: Impressively, it seems I was not the first. However, only mine is magenta!
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