When I mentioned Garth Goode's exploration of themed shopping areas, a reader suggested we take a look at Insilico City. Voodoo Buwan of Rez Magazine shows us why with rapturous screenshots, and an interview with Insilico's owner and creator, Skills Hak. The city simply began, she tells him, as a place to sell her products, then naturally evolved into a megapolis with its own narrative, and soon, a roleplaying game built within it: "Every city is connected to its own reactor farm on the ground via long cables and actually only androids work down there," Ms. Hak explains. "The cables are heavily guarded against 'rebel cyborg' groups and eco terrorists. We have a lot of parties already and some of the brands [in the existing stores] here will play a role too, like the Gemini cybernetics which will be an evil weapon concern." And American Apparel wonders why no one visited their SL store. Read the whole interview here, and when you're ready, click this SLURL teleport link to see Insilico first-hand.