Tag Archives: Problems & Issues

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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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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Back To Being Me Again!

Well for a moment, I was back to being me again. My human was raised near the ocean. I won’t go through the thing where I tell you the first word she learned was “boatie” or that her daddy won many … Continue reading

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Follow-up on “Griefing”

PrimPerfect magazine and Treet.tv Designing Worlds have produced many public service programs over the years. This past Saturday, Saffia Widdershins and Elrik Merlin brought together an outstanding panel of leaders from Second Life’s business and legal community. The panel addressed … Continue reading

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