‘WindLight’ Photos from Second Life.

Cecropia Windlight

The ferry terminal at Cecropia, Northern Continent.

Vicina Railhead - Purple

The Railhead at Vicina, Northern Continent

http://www.flickr.com/photos/nolligan_nino/

best of craigslist: Star Wars Guide to the Candidates

http://www.craigslist.org/about/best/sfo/526482501.html

Obi-ron Paul-obi

“Widely respected for his stubborn belief that the whole universe should be run just like his neighborhood on the backwater planet Tatooine, Obi-ron spends a lot of time wistfully remembering the Old Republic.

He practices a peculiar interpretation of The Force, in which reducing government to only local control and returning to the gold standard is the answer.

While his anti-Empire foreign policy excites the Rebel Alliance, it’s pretty much a Jedi mind trick. He’s still a crazy old guy living in the desert.”

This guide to the presidential election makes as much sense as any of the others I have seen.

Robert James “Bobby” Fischer (March 9, 1943 – January 17, 2008)


The most accessible book on chess ever written.

BBC – dot.life: Bill Gates – You Asked The Questions

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/technology/2008/01/bill_gates_you_asked_the_quest_1.html

Bill Gates – You Asked The Questions

“…we tried a new tactic – getting BBC viewers, listeners and readers to ask the questions. We had thousands, covering every aspect of Bill Gates and Microsoft – past, present and future.

…one gentleman was proposing himself as the next CEO of Microsoft, and another wondered whether the secrets of Windows software had been recovered from a crashed UFO.”

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Comments:

6. “Microsoft’s technology might have originated with a crashed UFO; it certainly didn’t come from a functioning one.”