I see jelly people… Walking around just like regular people

Serendipidy Haven's Musings

jellybabyThose of you who shie away from the official Linden Viewer and do not follow the current techie trends in SL may well be completely unaware of the jelly folk that will have started appearing with the Lab’s recent release of the official ‘Quick Graphics Viewer’ into the release channel… Coming soon to a third party viewer near you! The Lab doesn’t want us to call them jelly babies – because Bertie Bassett will sue them into oblivion if we start using that terminology – but that’s what I’m going to call them anyway, because I’m awkward!

The jelly babies are the latest in the Lab’s arsenal of attempts to wage war against the demon hordes of lag, more specifically, lag arising from graphics complexity.

Over the years we’ve seen all sorts of innovations and attempts to educate us, and content creators in particular, about practical ways in which we can…

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Brexit

I’m pretty frustrated with the Brexit vote results.

Watching Nigel Farage scoop the credit for Leave’s win was frankly terrifying, the whole broadcast visual of him head bobbing, eyes blinking, spitting out his points with fist pumping applauding roaring white men acting as his chorus speaks even more clearly than his already intolerant words.

“If the predictions now are right this will be a victory for real people, a victory for ordinary people, a victory for decent people. We have fought against the multinationals, against the big merchant banks, against big politics, against lies against lies, corruption and deceit and today honesty and decency and belief in nation I think now is going to win.”

Well I’m not a Brit and I didn’t get a chance to vote in the referendum but that said I stand with those who lost this vote.

I offer an excerpt from the Guardian’s  Meet the 75%: the young people who voted to remain in the EU

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Well said Lucinda Jones. And I too am never more proud to be ‘exceptionally indecent’ than I am today.