Saturday, 31 May 2008

Rober1236 Jua is a wall flower in Second Life dance scene



Rober1236 Jua and another are wall flowers in 80s club. I soon tped home in Second Life and went to bed in RL.
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Club 80s


Romance and music is a major force driving people in to Second Life.


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Rober1236 Jua at Extropia



During a social event at Extropia. About 10 people.
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Hanging out in New Babbage




Steam car



Exploring
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Taking a flight



Flying in a steampunk fantasy in New Babbage.



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Music in New Babbage



Rober1236 Jua watching Sir Snoodle play music on the docks of New Babbage in Seocnd Life.
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Orabelle Steamforge Steampunk Airship Hanger in Port Babbage



This is where I used to live in Port Babbage. It remains a place to fly amazing machines.


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Bayt al-Hikmah (The House of Wisdom)




"A library, institute, and gathering place of Islamic spirituality, sufism, and light from all traditions. Al Andalus, Alhambra, Islam, Sufism, Sufi, Muslim, spirituality, spiritual, mysticism, God, Allah, quran, koran, zikr, thikr, mystic"
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Atelier Alizarin



Atelier Alizarin is a 3-D art gallery in Second Life.


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The Maze



The Maze: an art work in Second Life
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Jellyfish at Paradise Loost



Jellyfish art show at the amazing Paradise Lost club. The club is a very popular dance club in Second Life.


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Feather's Bay - Caerleon Isle




"My little corner of the island. A palace of dreams, of shadows, of ideas. Come explore the depths of my fevered imaginings in this unique artist's community." -- Feathers Boa
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Friday, 30 May 2008

Smile



Mona Lisa Overdrive in Second Life
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DEsign Island




It sounds cool too.
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Under water

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Bored with Second Life?



I can't put my figure precisely on it but at a certain point Second Life has become very boring to me. Second Life suffers from an inability to hold attention long term. The vast majority of visitors don't stay long. The problem seems to be that it is still more of a game than a society. People join and many spend long hours at it only to become bored and give it up.

I have not played my XBox once this year and the thing has become a DVD player. If not for maybe 3 contacts inworld I would not stay at all. The endless flow of products and consumerism becomes duller and duller. Even the mass of art and lectures after a while becomes boring. Like the World Wide Web too much information at your finger tips means too little knowledge.
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Thursday, 29 May 2008

Official Linden Blog