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Yes, yes, the Ordinal Cutting Torch

I have spent quite a lot of time tinkering with this thing and thus, you should buy it immediately.

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blockquote>There can be few Engineers, Blacksmiths, Salvage Experts, Artists, Pirates, Safe-Crackers and so on who have not, at one time or another, wished that they had a portable yet effective solution to the problem of being required to cut through a Large Metal Plate Of Some Sort.

Announcing the Candidacy of Iron Plato

I was alerted by Vint Falken that the position of Governor of Second Life would shortly be coming up for election.

Clearly, whilst Lord Philip has provided sterling service over the years, there are many things which could be improved, and technology marches on.

Experiments with Sculpted Primmery

This afternoon I decided to experiment with the "Wings3D" program in order to at least make some slight stab towards creating a Sculpted Prim.

Further Knife-Pistoling

Just a quick note to say that a short cinematic illustration of the Knife-Pistol is now available....

The Ordinal Knife-Pistol from Ordinal Malaprop on Vimeo

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    Safety I am sure that we all welcome the latest Clarifying Announcement by the Laboratory reassuring residents that they are ready to ban pretty much anything at a moment's notice, which will make us all much safer from whatever it was we were in danger f

    A Notification of Release

    Much as I dislike the whole process of boxing things up and making advertisements, I would like to announce that the Ordinal Knife-Pistol is now officially for sale at my Caledon shop, and soon to be on SLX and SLB. The previous entry has more pictures, and I suppose that at some point I will make some sort of video as well.

    Incidentally, I cannot remember whether I mentioned it before, but I have created a group called "Ordinal Enterprises Customers" for this sort of announcement, as well as the announcement of any other events or special offers or whatnot. If you are interested in my nonsense for any reason I would encourage you to join.

    If you wish to see the full release notes, by all means read on (and if you do not, by all means don't).

    Notes in Progress

    Another one of my rambling jotting type entries I fear. For any of you mad enough to find these interesting, my "Tumblr" thing, Ordinal's Cabinet of Ephemera, contains these in even more abbreviated form, though it is not quite so trivial as my Twitter stream of consciousness, which contain such fascinating details as when I have to take the washing inside because it has started raining.

    Sculpted Industrialism

    In recent days I have been observing many fellow artisans upon the Grid - well, I flatter myself that they are my fellows, I am a child playing with plywood and glue compared to most, but nonetheless - writing and speaking on the subject of Sculpted Prims, the new magical lumps of clay sent to us from the heavens that promise to make our fruitbowls that much more interesting.

    Entreaty of Votes for a Conversational Improvement

    It has long been frustrating to me that, when we are upon the Grid, everything that we hear appears in that damnable green or that damnable white. Surely something better could be arranged, so that one might more easily distinguish between speakers, or simply between speakers that one wishes to hear from and those which one does not, without muting the latter? If you are sympathetic to this, I would appreciate it if you would consider voting for this proposal and perhaps even drumming up a little support for it yourself. Thank you.

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