A Nostalgic Trip Back Into Second Life


I just dug out a dusty Second Life account that I created 13 years and 7 months ago. I can’t believe how time flies. Back in the days, I fell in love with Second Life. I’ve heard about this virtual world and thought it would be some kind of a game. Of course, interested in all kinds of games, I had to take a look. The reason why I stayed for a long time was that I discovered that it wasn’t exactly something you could call a game. I soon discovered that it was a virtual world where users could … Continue reading A Nostalgic Trip Back Into Second Life

NSA spied on World of Warcraft, Second Life and Xbox Live


It gets more and more perverted. Sorry to say this but I must say it again. The whole NSA organisation seems to be a perverted instrument of a government wich seems to suffer under paranoia. DonĀ“t get me wrong… I have no problem with the US citizens but their government seems to be perverted and paranoid. Same for the british government with the instrument GCHQ. I follow the whole NSA skandal since some time now and I felt already shocked at least about some of the news. Then I also expected other things anyhow before Edward Snowden made the things … Continue reading NSA spied on World of Warcraft, Second Life and Xbox Live

Philip Rosedale and another great Concept called Coffee & Power


Philip Rosedale founder, chairman and former CEO of Linden Lab, the company that started Second Life, an online virtual world launched in 2003, comes up with another great Startup called Coffee & Power. Coffee & Power is a Marketplace where you tell others what you are willing to do or need done, right now, for how much. They call it “Missions”.Buyers and sellers use a virtual currency system (C$) for payments. You can earn C$ by selling missions, or buy them using your credit card or Paypal. You can also turn the virtual currency back into US$ via Paypal. The … Continue reading Philip Rosedale and another great Concept called Coffee & Power