Like a thousand tiny short circuits in my brain

What’s a nerdier* art project than making yourself a Star Trek costume? (Or in my case, the Xena costume I haven’t whipped up yet.)

This: Postcards from Second Life
I’m actually having a hard time wrapping my head around it. I don’t get it, yet it teeters on genius.

There are a lot of Second Life fans (and entrepreneurs) out there – some are my friends -¬†but I just can’t get into it. I tried once. Couldn’t do it. Then deleted the application. I have plenty of other distractions to keep me busy…

Seriously though, if that is the artist’s passion, then more power to her and I hope she sells a loads of books. That would be awesome. To each her own and is the way it should be. It is a great idea, no matter how much I don’t understand the appeal.

Now if only I’d known this was in the making before I deleted the application-¬†I could have gone sightseeing for the places in the book! 😀

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Thanks to CC Chapman for bringing the project to my attention. And this link too.

*And by the way, being nerdy is cool. Smart kids rock.

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