When it comes to my stupidity, let’s face it, the cat has been out the bag for so long that it can’t even remember if it was paper or plastic. Thank goodness you don’t have to be smart to know smart when you see it. More than that. Imagine having a problem with a building project and being able to ask, not just a clever builder friend, but Lumiere Noir, founder of Second Life’s Ivory Tower of Primitives, and have him come right over and take a look!
You’d like to know what he fixed for me. No.
Let’s just say that our conversation ended with the words:
Lumiere Noir: You’ve got to know all you can about the tools available to you 🙂
Well, I think we all know that’s never going to happen.
Craft Grid now has its own updated, wooden version of the Ivory Tower of Primitives, on sim Sophia, which will soon be filled with streamlined information on primpinching of every kind. And there’s more – Lumiere has started a Prim Wiki at http://ivorytoweronline.com/primwiki/index.php?title=Main_Page .
Lumiere Noir: The wiki is a lot of fun to work with. I hope that by putting it on the web, people will be able to get instant translations. For now the wiki is closed because the last time I tried this it got spambotted out of existance, but the blog and forums part is open to all (I think!) – I just set it up a couple of days ago.
Yet another source of buildery goodness. Also in the news, Craft has Voice! Today was the first test of the system. Not everyone’s a fan of voice, both in SL and other worlds, in fact moderately grumpy sources inform that it’s properly termed as ‘Voip’ and not that sophisticated, technically speaking. But I don’t care. I was the first person ever to giggle audibly in Craft, and they can’t take that away from me.