So OpenSIM and Hypergriding.The crypto / blockchain sales people are mostly flakes who don't really understand what they are doing, however...
I do appreciate their vision. I mean, if virtual worlds were to go mainstream, and transform the internet into some kind of 3D mass medium... I don't know if that's a good idea or not, but if that were to happen... I find it hard to imagine that happening within a walled garden like SL. It would have to be built on distributed, open protocols that allow us to set up our own regions, and allow visitors to jump from one place to another easily, while hopefully not violating the GDPR. The protocol that will do that is probably not blockchain, but you know, the blockchain people are kinda in the ballpark of thinking about the problems that would have to be solved to make virtual worlds a serious mass medium. It's not like anybody else has any solid solutions yet, so who knows... maybe the answer is blockchain. Weirder things have happened!
Which it never does for long as without denizens to show off to: why build there? Without creations: why visit? It's a death loop......but just "investing" and hoping the price inflates.
It was more of a cultural change that has its roots in Japan. It started about the time American businesses began using certain practices that were brought in by new upper management hired from Japan. It didn't work out too well but there are still companies that are still using some [of] those practices. And they wonder why they have such a high turnover.That playbook?
Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand.
I just wish they'd set the company song to a techno or hip-hop beat so the floor exercises and recitation of the mission statement and core values statement would go faster.It was more of a cultural change that has its roots in Japan. It started about the time American businesses began using certain practices that were brought in by new upper management hired from Japan. It didn't work out too well but there are still companies that are still using some those practices. And they wonder why they have such a high turnover.
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