today’s suggestions for what could make second life a better, more resilient virtual environment

I was inspired to scribble these things down during pathfinder‘s keynote this morning at the aoir conference. They’re not conclusive. They’re just thoughts:

  • create or encourage connections between locations: a resilient network has many interconnections (but not too many…) and few dead ends. At the moment, there are a whole lot of dead ends.
    • Baby steps:
      • cross-pollination (e.g., ICT library landmark on the SSRL)
      • NEW! proximate clusters of like-minded locations (e.g., SciLands)
  • create a google. for god’s sake, i want to search and i want my searches to be relevant.
    • Baby steps (in the user-generated, social-search space):
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~ by aleks on October 18, 2007.

2 Responses to “today’s suggestions for what could make second life a better, more resilient virtual environment”

  1. […] Check it out! While looking through the blogosphere we stumbled on an interesting post today.Here’s a quick excerptI was inspired to scribble these things down during pathfinder s keynote this morning at the aoir conference. They re not conclusive. They re just thoughts: create or encourage connections between locations: a resilient network has many interconnections (but not too many ) and few dead ends. At the moment, there are a whole lot of dead ends. Baby step: cross-pollination (e.g., ICT library landmark on the SSRL ) create a google. for god s sake, i want to search and i want my searches […]

  2. you seem to keep forgetting the key point of having more in world bands of chattering monkeys. that’s key… more chattering monkeys, various species… it makes all the difference.

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