Tag Archives: Problems & Issues

Burning Out @ BURN2

Second Life’s Burning Man, BURN2, is over for 2013. I had some fun creating my pathetic build and hanging out but I missed the burning of The Man. GEEZ! I was out all day in the real world, we boated over … Continue reading

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Whatever happened to Second Life? – “Doing rather nicely, TYVM”

Originally posted on Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World:
On Friday 21st June, the BBC once again asked, “Whatever happened to Second Life?“. It’s not the first time they’ve asked the question, a link on the page takes you…

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That Special Second Life Feeling

I really wish I wasn’t this way but I’m having a hard time finding that special Second Life feeling that used to stir my spirit. And it’s so ironic. For the first time in over a year, the technical issues that have … Continue reading

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A Harmonic Convergence

I suppose it’s disgraceful to flippantly redefine a term that has a relatively clear origin. Nonetheless, I’m going to use Harmonic Convergence to describe what happened in Second Life during the past couple of days. A Soup of Technologies If you … Continue reading

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Three Months Have Passed

It’s been three months since I left Second Life. Nothing Left to Give I didn’t really know why I was leaving and I’m not sure even now. I was disappointed in Second Life. I had nothing left to give to anyone. I … Continue reading

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Fifty Region Crossings

Today I took a regular MM SD35 powerboat for a ride across the Blake Sea, to the far eastern channel and back then turned toward SL New England. I wanted to get a sort of benchmark using Phoenix before I … Continue reading

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An Insightful Report on Region Crossings

For those interested in Second Life region crossings, this morning while reading Inara Pey’s blog, she provided a link to this report, “Region Crossings: A Report On Experience” by WolfBaginski Bearsfoot. In conclusion, Wolf says, “Thanks, guys. There’s still work to … Continue reading

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