Brilliant sims – major loss. go visit one last time… Thanks guys.
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The following notes and audio were taken from the weekly Bento User Group meeting, held on Thursday, October 20th at 13:00 SLT at the Bento User Group wiki page.. and chaired by Vir Linden. For details on the meeting agenda, please refer to the
Note that this update is not intended to offer a full transcript of the meeting, nor does it present the discussion points in chronological order. Rather, it represents the core points of discussion, grouped together by subject matter were relevant / possible, whilst maintaining the overall context of the meeting.
Bento Viewer Status
The 4th iteration of the Bento RC viewer appeared on Thursday, October 20th, ahead of the meeting. Version 22.214.171.1240815 is primarily an update to keep the viewer on a par with the release viewer code (VLC Media plug-in for Windows), although it…
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Zeynep Tufekci: Machine intelligence makes human morals more important
In August, I wrote at length about Invictus, the stunning full region interpretation of William Ernest Henley’s famous 1875 poem which was given that name in 1900, when it appeared in the The Oxford Book of English Verse.
The installation is a marvellous work of art, deeply reflective of the thoughts expressed within the poem, and of Storm’s own circumstance and the trials she has faced. If you haven’t visited the installation, I urge you to do so before in closes in December, and while it may sound somewhat self-serving, I also offer my thoughts on the installation as well.
I have been drawn back to Invictus a number of times since then, wanting to produce a video of it for posterity. But what form should such a video take? Should it feature music, or the words of the poem itself? And if the words, should they…
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