I think you're seeing a very mediated exception to our rules, and not a new rule outright.
Isotopia wrote:Instead of exploring Linden Lab's world we can create something with a partial reality base and then extend it from there....
God knows you've got enough experience in that area.
Dork wrote:Journalists should just be nice and repeat what is told to them without interpretation or context? That's called propaganda. If that's what BMORG wanted they should have just written the thing themselves and paid for it to be published.
DaBomb wrote:I'm stuck on the word "nice". Nice to whom? Their readers? Their interviewees? What do you mean context? What if the magazine had been about art? Technology? Fashion? Automobiles? Since CJ hasn't actually read the article, can he even opine about it? Like was the B2.0 article "mean" as opposed to "nice"?
Regardless: BMorg invited B2.0 to sit down with them and have a chat.
Oh, and CJ, you have my vote.
Bob wrote:BRAF doesn't fund art at Burning Man.
And Ford isn't the company which allegedly killed the electric car.
What I wanna know - this close to the 07 kickoff - is whaddya have in the back of your mind for 08?
DVD Burner wrote:well now, this thread is great and enlightening and has all the super stars in it.
Archantael wrote:Who do you consider "super stars"? And why would one person's opinion excluding Larry's carry any more weight than anyone else's?
(I'm just curious which is why I'm asking)
Isotopia wrote:What I wanna know - this close to the 07 kickoff - is whaddya have in the back of your mind for 08?
I spoke to The Hat last night at Actiongirl and Tom's housewarming party.
A few glasses of port and he's spilling the ALL the secrets.
The theme for 2008:
Tom & Actiongirl had a housewarming?
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