The Virtual Office

I’ve been spending a bit of time in Second Life. Having bought my virtual land, I’ve learned the modeling tools and built a virtual office (cleaner than my RL office, sad to say). Click on the thumbnails above for much bigger images. Or if you want slightly bigger images instead of massive ones, you can click on the links below:

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And if you want to read a real blog entry (and I’m getting tired of typing tbh; in-world “chatting” is killing my fingertips – getting hoarse, so to speak), feel free to drop in on the Core77 Software & Technology blog were I post related (and often overlapping) entries. If you read my previous entry here called “The Anti-Sony“, today’s entry on Core is essentially a continuation. The dance is the same, just different partners (didn’t some character in STNG say that?)

2 thoughts on “The Virtual Office

  1. Speaking as a landowner in Csven’s SL neighborhood, and a harsh, steely-eyed critic of digital architecture, his place rocks. :-) A 3D design natural.

  2. Thanks, Jerry. But can a person making a living as a virtual architect? I’m still coming to grips with all the mundane issues I never expected; none of what’s hinted at in literature I’ve read (even Stephenson doesn’t get it right) or in movies I’ve seen. Interactivity in a simulation is surprisingly similar to the real world. Never would have imagined.

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