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Not interested in having yourself automatically identified in photos across the internet? Then you might want to take a cue from Adam Ant (or Blade Runner's Pris, if you prefer), as Adam Harvey, a student in NYU's Interactive Telecommunication Program, has discovered that some over the top face mak...

March 15th 2011 at 4:43pm 0 Comments
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Linden Lab has released the fifteenth 1.20 Second Life release candidate viewer. Release candidates start counting from zero, so the first one in the series is RC0. This release looks like the final release in this cycle, unless something quite nasty appears. Mono is expected in viewer 1.21, and SL...

July 16th 2008 at 11:30pm 0 Comments
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Linden Lab has released the fourteenth 1.20 Second Life release candidate viewer. Release candidates start counting from zero, so the first one in the series is RC0. If an overall 50% lower crash rate, measured across-the-board doesn't appeal to you, or improved quality texture decoding, how about...

July 10th 2008 at 2:01pm 0 Comments
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Linden Lab has released the twelfth 1.20 Second Life release candidate viewer. Release candidates start counting from zero, so the first one in the series is RC0. Linden Lab says this release candidate cycle will be extended, and some of the skinning project that was slated to come after 1.20 is bei...

June 26th 2008 at 1:00am 0 Comments
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While there were many complaints that the new communication window in the Second Life viewer obscured and drew the eye away from the 3D scene which represented the virtual world and its contents, Dazzle seems to fix that particular sore point in unexpected ways. Specifically, the eye is more sensiti...

May 22nd 2008 at 2:00am 0 Comments
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Linden Lab has released the eighth 1.20 Second Life release candidate viewer. Release candidates start counting from zero, so the first one in the series is RC0. For those of you worried about the Dazzle UI being hard on the eyes (around two thirds of you), 'We plan to release Skinning Phase 1 (whi...

May 21st 2008 at 11:00pm 0 Comments
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Linden Lab has released the seventh 1.20 Second Life release candidate viewer. Release candidates start counting from zero, so the first one in the series is RC0. This is accompanied by a new download page for all versions which appears to be designed to make Mac and Linux users feel like poor cousi...

May 7th 2008 at 8:15pm 0 Comments
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Linden Lab has released the sixth 1.20 Second Life release candidate viewer. Release candidates start counting from zero, so the first one in the series is RC0. Mighty Mouse users, rejoice. We're told that this release fixes your problems using this release with the device. As for everyone else, 8...

May 1st 2008 at 6:00pm 0 Comments
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Linden Lab has released the fifth 1.20 Second Life release candidate viewer. Release candidates start counting from zero, so the first one in the series is RC0. This is a rush-release, as you might notice that the previous RC3 was released only yesterday (Wednesday). Apparently attempting to enter...

April 25th 2008 at 1:00am 0 Comments
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Steve Linden, director of Linden Lab's 'Studio Shiny' development group has weighed in with the plans for the Second Life viewer for Q2 2008. Everything planned focuses on one (or both) of two goals: Making the viewer more stable, and making the viewer more usable. Most Second Life users can agree...

April 24th 2008 at 12:00am 0 Comments
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Linden Lab has released the fourth 1.20 Second Life release candidate viewer. Release candidates start counting from zero, so the first one in the series is RC0. Apparently we're back onto one-release-candidate-per-week, which will no-doubt please some and irritate others. Each new release cand...

April 23rd 2008 at 10:00pm 0 Comments
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Linden Lab has released the third 1.20 Second Life release candidate viewer. Release candidates start counting from zero, so the first one in the series is RC0. This release candidate fixes the instant crash for most Linux users, but it is still very crashy for all platforms if the graphic settings...

April 19th 2008 at 3:30am 0 Comments