From: Dagon Gmail (email@example.com)
Date: Sat May 12 2007 - 08:06:41 MDT
I once played a future RPG, back in the old days, I must have been either
ICE cyberspace, GURPS or Shadowrun. It described massive hives of activity
places, but in the fringes, hard to reach, where alien, far-out and forlorn
places, where the
refuge of cyberspace accumulated, often as senseless stuff.
Isn't it a glorious picture?
But if you want crowds in Second Life I can point you to a few people in
buzzsaw your ears off and take you into lag-pits worse than a 1000 gallon
On 5/12/07, M T <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Isn't the vast majority of earth empty of human life?
> It is just that it seems natural that endless jungles, plains and oceans
> are devoid of humans.
> With almost 7 billion people you would expect more human presence in these
> places maybe?
> As others have said, it's so easy to complain about the faults in any
> current situation.
> Taking advantage of the current state of technology is all we have in the
> It's all we will ever have.
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