Re: [-empyre-] discussion on Second Life in another list
On 8/8/07, Helen Varley Jamieson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
i agree with you, ana, & with whoever it was who
said why can't we walk thru things. & why do we
have to be human? is there a way to make your
avatar be, for example, a fuzzy blob?
Although a human avatar is the default, you can be whatever you want.
My avatar has turned into something of a cyborg lately, with more and
more machine parts.
The last party I was at, one attendee turned into a giant squid for
>Interesting discussion! I approached SL with enthusiasm and built a
>house (with stairs and doors and bought sofa with a script who showed
>my avatar crossing legs and smoking). After two weeks of flying ballon
>and swimming/diving, attending a church meeting for a new religion and
>gambling some Linden dollars in a virtual casino, I dropped the whole
>Later on I went into again, visited my lonely house, wathered the
>virtual garden with virtual water and went into the Port, my friends
>Art space. I was the only visitor then. I was later invited to a
>concert and made my avatar jump with others in an avant garde dance
>performance reproduced in "real life" and in SL.
>After three months I really felt I exhausted the possibilities of
>travel and interaction in SL, too much replics and reproductions of
>"real things", furniture you don't need (an avatar don't need sleep,
>sit on a couch or eat sitting near a table), clothes you don't need,
>houses with living rooms and stairs and gardens and windows you don't
>I feel that it's a really waste to have an universe you don't need to
>respect the laws of gravity and other physical borders and not use the
>"impossible" ways to perform. Why cars in SL? Why ways and motorways
>ending in the void? Why are we so obsessed with the reproduction and
>multiplication in an endless linear mainstream?
>Ana, really curious and eager to convert to a believer!!!
>Skarpnäcks Allé 45 ll tr
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>with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been and there you
>will always long to return.
>- Leonardo da Vinci
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