The unlucky WIA agent that was outed at the Yankee Diner has been unlucky again, this time shopping in Sunny Fields (link).


What interested other shoppers in the sighting was that everyone expected the outed spy to look at the high tech troop carrier at LSI, but instead he went for a circa 1960s camper.

“I guess everyone loves a road trip,” one observer said.

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Gentek, the premier infrastructure and elevator company has improved their gold standard Condor Elevator with the new Delta Elevator, and architects are beside themselves with joy.

“The Condor was awesome – the Delta is just – wow,” said one architect we met at the showroom in Prototype (link at right under Big 7). “So many features, so streamlined, small land impact… wow!”

On top of a low prim, high end product, the new system has a new product from NBS incorporated in it, the KeyRing access list service (link to NBS info). The list of features that the new system has is too long to publish here, so shoppers are encouraged to see the Marketplace listing (link), the product support page (link), or check them out in person at Prototype Gardens (link at right).

The elevator system was masterminded by Nelson Jenkins (Gentek) and supported by NTBI heavies like Lyte Rae and Will Szymborska. Follow the above links to see the product in action.

Hello world-bound readers! Silas Moone here from 8 Star Company, here to tell you about a delivery I made to Eisa Colony’s Tourism Center (link). This was the first time to the colony, and when I walked into the Greeble building (link), I remembered if there’s one thing I’ve learned in my travels, it’s that sobriety is not your friend.

So I went looking for a bar, but Eisa’s not your usual spaceport. They say that some American megacorporation took over an aging Soviet project here, but whatever Nanite Systems is, there is a real shortage of inebrients.

Cranky (and sober) as I was, the town has some beautiful sights, and is what you want in a part alien world – full of mysteries.

For starters, is Nanite Systems (link), an android peddler? There were some adult type stuff here, but everyone seemed sentient and consenting. I’ll leave it for you readers to determine.

Analyse Dean is one of the most charming people you will ever meet. Generous, creative, fun loving, and with a personality that can make a puppy feel inadequately cute, she is also a major player in industry.

Though her humility would not let her admit it, she has had a hand in shaping how we travel on the water, and anyone who has crossed anything bigger than a lake is familiar with her work. She’s a passionate sailor, and her craft are among the best in the world. Analyse is the mastermind behind Bandit Boats (BANBO), Boss Craft, and has been known to help other creators as well. She works with Mesh Shop regularly, and the symbiotic partnership at Dutch Harbor (link at right, under Big 7) has brought the island port to fame. In fact she has had a hand in the buildings, tunnels, layout, and culture of Dutch Harbor, making it a destination unto itself as well as a shopping paradise.

For this piece Analyse invited us to the secret lab – a sandbox full of fascinating projects that are likely to get boat lovers excited. A warning to those shoppers who are faint of heart – not all projects are as ready as they look.

Analyse was dressed for summer next to a soon to be released craft when we met. We were so overwhelmed by the sight – 180 degrees of boats and amazing buildings. “How can you keep all these projects from blurring? I made blueberry pancakes the other day, and somehow got the bacon in the middle… It’s staggering how much is going on here.”
Analyse: Hehehe, yeah, I know. And this is maybe half my projects, the other half isnt even rezzed.
“Many look like they are ready to go…”
Analyse: Well, thats relative, most of it is still pretty raw, I’d say most are at 30 to 50%, meaning it needs all the details sorted, maps sorted, all the code, all the animations, etc.
We grinned. “I guess I see lawn chairs and just assume.”
Analyse: We can do stuff quickly if needed, we had an emergency build for the SL15B, we did an entire boat in two hours 🙂
We nearly fell off the dock with shock. “2 hours… that’s like a pizza…”
Analyse: It was fun, we even built a little game around it.
“What’s next in the line up?”
Analyse: We are standing next to it, the new Bandit 50, fully BOSS3. It’s more fun to sail than its cruiser looks will make you expect, it will be a lively boat.

We chatted for a while longer until breaking news pulled us away, but we learned something else about Analyse. In her and her projects, there’s a lot more than what you see. And what you see is beautiful.

Reader game: Can you count how many projects are in the picture? Answers are after the jump!

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The Yankee Diner (link) made news again after it’s short order cook, Bobby Dandy, drew a drawing that really appealed to table 2.

“I was just doodling between orders,” said Dandy, “and one of the guys at table 2 came over and started going crazy.”

“I went nuts,” said an Advertising Executive from the WBA eating at table 2. “We had been stuck for weeks on what to do about a WBA ad, and then this guy had the idea. He’s a genius.”

“They paid me a lot,” said Dandy, “but I ain’t quittin’. I love the Yankee.”