collingwood.7 at osu.edu
Sun Oct 17 07:08:31 PDT 2010
Look, I'm not trying to be snarky here. I don't have resentment against the Lab, I really do wish them well. But how much would it cost to support Burning LIfe?
News like this makes me very uneasy. I don't really understand the economics of the thing. Twenty-odd sims for a month? Maybe 7 servers, tops? Surely that's peanuts for a company of that size. Worth it for the advertising alone.
So what's up with that?
Anyway, I'm going, and I will be seriously looking for tip jars.
On Oct 17, 2010, at 9:23 AM, Miller, Peter wrote:
> Just a reminder that Burn2, the successor to Burn Life, is now on. There's a wonderful machinima on New World Notes:
> I think it runs to the 24th. For reasons I can't fathom, it's hard to find in search apart from the classifieds. The following is a possible start point but there are six sims to explore. Thanks to the Burners for their endeavours -- it's a marvellous experience.
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