It was my birthday on Monday. Then we went down to the city of Bristol for a few nights away.
Thanks to everyone who got in touch re last weeks post about where people can follow me online. Yes I am aware that 2007 rang and want’s its internet back.
Pinball Wizard is the name for a 1970’s cyborg. People who first entered a world inside a machine and ‘touched’ the metaverse.
The ultimate victory condition in the most popular online worlds right now is to be left alone.
I just received my contributors copy of Lost Zone. Hiking the Dawn of Metaverse. A book about Active Worlds – the 90’s metaverse project.
‘Someone has brainworms’, is a recognition that an individual is behaving in a way not congruent with dominant cultural logics.
The cactus house is laid out like a body, a womb, a heart and stepping stones representing the cardinal directions and the elements.
Why I think the metaverse is important, MUDs, the web as 30 year long distraction, and why worlding worlds means shaping reality.
One of the advantages of being in/on bed all week was that I got a heap of work done.
8th May 1996, 26 years ago tomorrow. Tomas Landhaus and Janka Stanhope were married in the metaverse. Plus my chapter in the new book Lost Zone.
Super long day yesterday at Lonesome Dog Studios with the lads from Forest Bed.
A nerdy 4.5k word brain dump about the state of 3D printing, Table Top Wargames and Toy Soldiers
I can’t belive Facebook showed off the wonders of VR by using a bland cartoon meeting room. Utterly ridiculous. The IE6 of the Metaverse.
I’ve spent most of my week either; inside, thinking about or writing about the 1990’s era MMO/ metaverse game Active Worlds.
My yearly week of hay fever hell. *Shakes fist at ornamental cherry*. So I took the decision to take a few days off.
The simple explanation of the Gamestonks debacle is a user behaviour that sits at the heart of the internet’s psyche – The Raid.