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February 23, 2011


Ann Otoole InSL

Hasn't even been 24 hours and that jira now has 85 votes and 63 watching. Should crack 100 votes in the 1st 24 hours.

Timothy Horrigan

At Columbia, we referred to those things as "wazoos" rather than "zoots." I bet there were other names at other campuses,

Timothy Horrigan

The way I see it, and maybe I am wrong, is that my SL land is a server--- just like my web site and just like my audio stream. My SL land is specialized server space which I rent from Linden Lab. I have the right to keep track of who visits my land, just like I have the right to keep track of who uses my web site or listens to my stream. (I also host those two services on someone else's server: in those cases, basic tools to track visitors are provided by my vendor.)

Prokofy Neva

Isn't that interesting. Like "up the wazoo".

Maybe it started as "wazoo" at Columbia University, but by the time it got to us in upstate New York, it had become "zoot".

You know, I'm glad somebody else has confirmed this strange 1960s practice as I was beginning to think it was only our bunch that did that. Or maybe it was only in New York State? But surely it had to come from California, right?

Good work Ann, I'm impressed!

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