Category Archives: Secondlife

Sim-OnDemand: OpenSim on EC2- Personal Virtual World Server

In the last post I mentioned that Sim-OnDemand is a learning by doing initiative in DevPay context. Let me elaborate on Sim-OnDemand a bit. The intended purpose of Sim-OnDemand is as a personal Sim for experimentation, development and testing. Sim-OnDemand: … Continue reading

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AWS DevPay: Learning by Doing – Making Money With OpenSource

AWS DevPay is one of lesser publicized and presumably under utilized service by Amazon Web Services. A Platform + Community play becomes an growing, thriving ecosystem when barriers of making money off the ecosystem are reduced. DevPay makes it possible … Continue reading

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Amazon Elastic Block Store and Opensim

The announcement of Elastic Block Store has opened the flood gates for new methods of using, distributing, and monetizing opensource software. The very nature of opensource software is that it is emergent – always getting enhanced by the community. Opensim … Continue reading

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I Can Has Shortstory? – Warren Adler via SecondLife

Who needs fiction when blogs are there or when truth is stranger than fiction? Warrren Adler Short Story writer was at Amazon Island in Secondlife to share some of his Short Story writing tips. It is natural to understand his … Continue reading

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Featuring Proto.in via SecondLife: As if Being There!

What does the old cliché, Location! Location! Location! translate into in an increasingly flat world? When there is problem of plenty( not exactly abundance) what is the single thing that makes or breaks? Is it not Serendipity? As I’d like … Continue reading

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Unconference Becoming Mainstream?

Just got a tweet from Ujj that the Mindtree annual festival is going to be BarCamp style unconference. Coincidentally when Tara ‘MissRogue’ Hunt heartbrokenly lamenting that BarCamp is about LOCAL and GRASSROOT and empowering. Hmmmm! Yeah, it is inevitable that … Continue reading

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AWS Chat:Edmund Earp(Lars Kotthoff) presenting S3 based backup in RL, SL event

Edmund Earp(Lars Kotthoff) presenting S3 based backup at Amazon Dev Island, SecondLife Originally uploaded by labsji Lars Kotthoff giving a presentation on a Ruby script he has developed for backup using Amazon S3 . The presentation in English was presented … Continue reading

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