"Let us consider... the wonders... of Second Life. Ponder, if you will... this humble prim. It is but a speck of cyber-matter in an evergrowing sea of... stuff. However, also consider this: it is such a basic shape, YET, it can be formed, transformed, malformed... as I will illustrate. The permutations and endless diversity of this unnatural selection is astonishing. The creative power we now possess to actualize, to transform this world we live in. Truely, it is, a type of magic. Or perhaps just a sufficiently advanced technology. An emotional technology, which compels us to think, to feel, to do. That is the power, the wonder, the joy... of Second Life."