Cruxy « Kafka’s SL World
In case you haven’t heard of it, there is now a Cruxy Player for Second Life, a portable music player for use at listening parties, as a promotional giveaway, or for just some relaxing downtime in your personal parcel of land. It can load and play music from mp3 playlists using the XSPF standard.
I love the Cruxy guys’ idea of doing a playlist module for SL. It would be cool to see this for all the online roleplaying environments, like World of Warcraft.
But aren’t these worlds supposed to be sealed off from the outside? Isn’t that the point?
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I’m hopelessly addicted to WoW, and as such, I always have WinAmp playing in the background when I’m on WoW. I just have my whole song list in there, set on random, with dedicated buttons to skip through tracks if something comes on that I don’t want to hear.
Needless to say, if someone made something that would display within my WoW interface that would allow me to play songs from on my computer or browse through playlists without tabbing out, I’d be all over it.
Is WoW hackable, Ron? Can third parties make extensions?