[-empyre-] Lambda Moo
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back in the early nineties I spent a year in Lambda Moo, that was
before chat rooms, before browsers, when participants had to use
unix, and everything was command lines and text.
There was a lot of discussion about lambda's future and the
inevitable addition of images. It has come to pass and with it has
come a dumbing down of the participants as the interface becomes
easier to use.
In Lamda, to build, you had to use an object orientated programming
What I'm seeing now is a new generation of theorists trying to re-
invent the wheel. In forming a theory of second life, surely one has
to at least acknowledge Lambda's role and the considerable amount of
papers it inspired?
I havent done much in SL, its too much like "been there, done that"
for me, but I have complied a collection of posts on SL in connection
with my own research.
and there are videos here
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