technology rules. this is on my tiny laptop which has a lot of diseases
Oh, silly me. i downloaded Logitech Options and Logitech Unifying Software but i ALSO had to download a THIRD software called Logitech Setpoint and now the mouse works. however it's searching for updates and then telling me i'm up to date every 5 seconds?
i need to make sure both the influx of followers from the processing GSOC announcement AND the second life weirdos can identify me
anyway flippancy and gold spoon desires aside i really count my blessings that being a gay programmer in 2022 gets me into GSOC instead of getting me arrested
I would do this and I would also accidentally poison myself to death. Sometimes you want a gold spoon.
Classic gay hobby of electroplating gold spoons in your bedroom
thinking about sigourney weaver and winona ryder on the red carpet for alien: resurrection
https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/LSLS-Freebie-Full-Perm-Gold-Ring-for-Psicorp-Core-Nova-Macro-Body/23787730 Congrats on your wedding! I heard it was beautiful! Oh no, you're 20 feet tall and you can't find a ring anywhere for your big-ass bento hands?! Here's a free gold wedding band for the Psicorp Core Nova macro body.
i asked the creator what the workflow is here and they kindly responded within like a few hours and you just select everything in the blender scene and scale it to 2... i love this
Spent several hours setting up a workflow for rigging 3d models to different Second Life avatars so that my enormous lady could have a wedding ring on, only to realize after 10 confusing uploads that the body maker also makes a regular sized lady and that's what their dev kit is
...it has multiple plugins for second life scripting in particular so i'm ride or die now. thank you open source community
I LOVE this. And it makes my goal recently clear: I want way, way more people in the top bar to know enough that they can tell if the people in the bottom two bars are any good!
I always refer back to it, but I wish I had more recent/precise numbers about end-user programmers than this stunning projection by Scaffidi et al. (2005). It appeared again at: https://www.interaction-design.org/literature/book/the-encyclopedia-of-human-computer-interaction-2nd-ed/end-user-development