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June 18, 2010

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Darien Caldwell

is Soft Linden actually a Furry? I've never even seen him In-World. In fact for a long time I thought he was a shell account that other Lindens use. But I guess I am wrong about that?

What I heard was that the Enterprise group was let go, but perhaps my source got their info from TechCrunch :3 Even if they aren't gone, it's obvious they aren't the forefront of LL's new direction. I imagine they still want to be able to support such customers, but the fantasy that companies are going to lining up in droves to use SL for 'business' is finally dead, as it should be. We told LL that from the start, if only they would listen...

brinda Allen

Moral and ethical are not the adjectives I associate Linden Lab with...at least judging from these last three years.

And there are no normal people...
just those you don't know really well.

I guess we can dream can't we?
I still do.

Alli

Given that "the cloud" is the latest buzzword in tech (along with "curated computing" and such), who is the bozo at LL that thought it would be a good idea to go against those trends and build an expensive stand alone product?

Marketing, that's who.

Prokofy Neva

Stand-alone products are fine.

Maybe they don't need to be so expensive.

Darien Caldwell

So because 'Cloud' is a buzzword, everyone should use it? LOL

Picking the right tools is half the job. 'Clouds' are not the answer to all problems. Reminds me of that saying, when you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail. At least until you take a swing and break it.

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