The Tribune would like to introduce our new Inworldz Reporter: Ravenman.
Hi. My name is Ravenman. I have been in InWorldz since 2010 and I gotta say, “I like it.” Oh sure it had it’s crashes in the beginning, and now there are less but it still does sometimes but what grid doesn’t? And I think its a good thing its not big as SL. Not being big has it advantages; low to no lag, bigger spaces to work with, and quicker frame per seconds times.
They still have mentors there and they are very active with the new people as well as the people who’ve been in IWZ for awhile. I chatted with one of the co-founders Elenia Llewellyn (InWorldz name) – Beth Reischl, and I asked her about copy botting. She told me both the owners, Legion Hienrichs (InWorldz name) – John Arnoldeand and Tranquillity Dexler (InWorldz name) – David Daeschle and staff are aware of the problem it could create but at the moment copy botting isn’t a factor and if it ever looks like it may become one they will stop it before it gets a chance to spread.
Now for designers IXZ it is a good deal, there is no upload fee and you can transfer lindens to IWZ currency for free.
If you’re splitting your time between SL and IWZ like I do it will save you some money IWZ. You don’t have to invest lots of RL $ IWZ, if for example you’re not gonna be IWZ as often as SL.
If you have not been to IWZ for awhile you should give it an 2nd chance. I have and I can tell you, you will see it improved.
One thing I like is there is no gambling which is great; no zyngo! Which is good thing, because it gets to what IWZ is about, enjoying your time there and having fun. I am handicapped so both grids give me a great chance to do what I wanna do and be who I wanna be.
This may not be big to some people but to some people it is, in IWZ they have last names instead of that “Resident” last name thing. I suggest the same name for both IWZ and SL as well as everywhere in the Metaverse, it would make it easier to login that way and remember everybody’s name.
BTW did you know InWorldz is the most popular grid, besides SL? Maria Korolov, at the newspaper, Hypergrid Business said in her article, OpenSim grids still adapting to mesh, “With more than 6,000 active users as of mid-February, InWorldz has more active users as the next eight most active grids combined.”
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