Visiting the scoop.it domain via a tethered connection gives an HTTP ERROR 504
I've gotten a couple of inquires from some of the people who subscribe to my ScoopIt feeds about where I was, so I'm doing this final post.
I mostly update my ScoopIt topics when I'm traveling, and that (for me) means using a laptop with internet served via a tethered smartphone. Every since ScoopIt had that huge DoS attack which shut the service down, my T-Mobile tether has stopped serving ScoopIt domain pages.
The issue is with T-Mobile, but they are not dealing with it. I tried to get ScoopIt to take action, but they have refused. Bottom-line is this platform is no longer one I can easily use, so I've stopped using it.
Thanks to everyone for reading and for the excellent commentary over the years. Enjoy the interweaves!
We at Linden Lab love The Drax Files: World Makers video series. Draxtor Despres consistently does a fantastic job presenting the stories ...
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On Tuesday May 20th, at the SVVR conference in Mountain View, California, Second Life’s own Draxtor Despres (Bernard Drax, RL) hosted a panel discussion / Q&A session entitled Creating the VR Metaverse.
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I've recently been working with the University of St Andrews as a research assistant on their Open Virtual Worlds project. Their research team have been developing an interactive virtual model of the village on Hirte for the ...
My friend, Asil Ares contacted me and told me about the Fantasy Faire, and that she had gotten involved with it. She sent me a link, which I read, and was very impressed that it was a Relay For Life event.
I was so pleased that Sanctuary stepped up to sponsor one of the Fantasy Faire SIMs. If you're looking for a great combat SIM (they use the Community Combat System), check them out!
Virtual Ability, Inc. announces the third annual Mental Health Symposium to be held Saturday, April 26th, 7:00 am PDT/SLT to 5:00 pm PDT/SLT in Second Life®. The theme of this year's conference is “Quality of Life.
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E3: Is Virtual Reality The Next Revolution In Entertainment? Hollywood Reporter There's a steadily growing number of pros from Hollywood and the gaming community that believe virtual reality will be the next revolution in entertainment.
It allows for enjoyment and relaxation – you meet new and wonderful people – some will become your friends. With them, or alone you get to escape the real world from time to time. Also, there is room for business opportunities – it all depends on ...
When men play female avatars in online games, they change the way they speak to conform to female stereotypes—but the way they move betrays their masquerade.
Although the gender-switching men could partially talk the talk, they completely failed to walk the walk. The researchers found that all the men in their study moved around in a very different way than the women.
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