@Tysandr, I read about what happened and I'm sorry. What you do is important, and I hope they make concessions for their system error.
In December, Australia legalised same-sex marriage. Our legal office was ecstatic. As someone who grew up queer in the uncertain 90s, the youngest daughter of a fairly conservative immigrant family, I was in tears. This also means legislative amendments for trans people, and less legal emphasis on SRS when it comes to marriage (and vice versa).
Next weekend, I'm attending the 40th anniversary of the Sydney Mardi Gras Parade. It's not my first and it won't be my last.
@Sarapis & @Puxi I actually got the idea because I started using VR for day trading first. I have a daytrade room I made that has around 40 monitors organized on a relaxing beach, each showing the candlesticks of various stocks/crypto. You can setup things that would be nearly impossible to do in your home or even in most offices. There is no limit to the amount of screens you can create in VR, where buying and trying to set up dozens upon dozens of monitors would be both expensive and a pain. Also with apps like Bigscreen I can work and game with friends remotely and see each others screens. Great for working on remote projects where you end up pointing at things a lot. Shared screens and rooms has lead more than once to the conversation with a stranger online of: "Wait are you playing a game with text? What year is that from?" (Since you can open rooms to random access)