Have you had a chance to play with the new HTTPIn Yet? I have, and put together a great demo of its power for fun, and thought I would share it with all. Its a notecard server that allows you to request notecards, and that has an interpreted language built in. What this means is you can place some of what I call NSL (notecard scripting language) into the notecard to change what content is served up.
Of course linden labs comes out with a kewl alternative way to communcat in Second Life, right after I come out with a server. In the beta grid they are testing out the new HTTP-In feature. It turns your script into a small web server. I have been waiting for something like this forever.
A friend of mine, Thomas Conover, sent me a link yesterday to a blog, that appears to be owned by someone that works at linden labs. In it, he described something linden labs is working on to limiting script memory per parcel. Script memory would become a resource like prims on each parcel.
If you are a scripter in Second Life, then you most likely use lslEditor. If not, I would suggest you at least give it a shot. Well, one thing that I find a little annoying about the entire process is moving my script in world. I first have to select all, then copy, move over to SL, open the script, wait for it to load, select all, paste it in and finally save it. I swear, it used to take up a large percentage of my dev time. I went looking for a solution and, not finding one, I made one...sorta.