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Tim O’Reilly: “Instrumenting the World”

2. November 2008


Tim O’Reilly has outlined some of the world’s big problems in his talks, and urged technologists to “work on stuff that matters.” I was one of O’Reilly’s listeners at the Web 2.0 Expo in NYC (see my post here). But, I found out at the Head Conference in London, recently, that O’Reilly is doing more […]

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Metaverse Meetup: “OpenSim and Virtual Worlds Interoperability”

27. July 2008

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Here is the video of our last Metaverse Meetup: OpenSim & Virtual Worlds Interoperability 7.23.08 (from Vimeo). The video of this landmark event was produced thanks to the awesome Annie Ok, Artist, Creative Director, Curator, Video Director, Metaverse Evangelist/Consultant, Co-Organizer of Metaverse Meetup. While Annie’s first love is art, she has been involved in an […]

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The Architects of the Open Source Metaverse at Virtual Worlds 2008

11. April 2008


Screen shot from realXtend’s wickedly cool avatar tech demo (see video here). Some people may have walked away from Virtual Worlds 2008, NYC, thinking the vision of the metaverse has boiled down to two notions: 1) every toy should have its own own virtual world and 2) may a thousand walled gardens flourish. But, if […]

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