Linden Lab will introduce game mechanics to the new user experience, it was revealed during a keynote panel at today's SLCC with the company's lead product developers. People who create a new SL account will start seeing these game-esque features...
Here’s my top ten highlights from Linden’s Lab product team keynote at SLCC last weekend (in addition to adding game mechanics to the new user experience, as I mentioned yesterday.) On the panel from the product team were John Laurence...
Linden Lab will soon launch a light, game-like experience that’s separate from Second Life that will emphasize the SL values of creatitvity and alternate identities, but architected to run on the web and tablets.
Linden Lab's product team now has specialty roles for specific varieties of SL content, and is actively encouraging content creators to get in touch with them to address specific issues in their expertise.
Sitearm Madonna has a great set of high-res photos from SLCC 2011, shot by Richard Finkelstein (SL Leko Littlebird), like this one above, with Rod Humble talking about the future of Second Life. One thing you won't see much of...
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