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Strawberry Linden

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"As I was there in bed and fell asleep I drifted off into Second Life. I really don't mind that at all, because I get some great ideas when I dream about SL and I am there making some adjustments to the Retreat. I have read in some forum that Second Life addicts dream of it, but I am not an addict. I am an artist. I am sure you don't call an artist who creates new pictures all the time and dreams about it an addict, right?" Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"A while back I did a post called Ill-Behaved Women where I created some portraits of women from history that chose to make their own path rather than follow the one that society deemed “Appropriate”, in honor of Women’s History Month this month I am expanding on that project and will be doing a whole series of portraits of women throughout history." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"It has been a while since I updated here. Part of that has been due to recent health issues brought on by the sub-zero temperatures we experience the week before last, which greatly reduced the time I’ve been able to spend in Second Life. Yesterday was the sixth anniversary (or ‘Rez-Day’ as it’s called by some folks) of my joining Second Life. Sadly, I wasn’t feeling up to celebrating, so it was pretty low-key this year." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"They tell you that you won’t find what you’re looking for until you stop looking. And this was no more true for me than in the last four months or so. Learning about myself through learning about You, learning about working together instead of against each other. Learning about what love actually looks like." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"We are looking to examine how Second Life helped residents keep it together in their first lives during these past twelve months with the pandemic. Are you a teacher who used SL as a classroom? Did you get together with family in-world while distancing in your first life? Are you an essential worker who found solace and safety online after a day of dodging viruses and anti-maskers? If you think Second Life helped you hold it together, send me or Cajsa Lilliehook a short paragraph and we will interview some of you for a story on the ways SL made these past twelve months bearable and beatable." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"The town was waking up slowly around us. We could hear church bells around us near and far. It almost sounded like they were yawning after a deep slumber too. His forehead was wrinkled as he was looking at the map. Old fashioned guy. GPS and smart phones are all nice and well, but nothing beats a good old map." Read more on Flickr.

Strawberry Linden

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"I’ve always loved rooftop scenes in movies and tv shows. It always looks so cool with the way they make the roof of a building into something completely different. When I was growing up, my mother always had a lot of houseplants. She would struggle when we lived in apartments, because she wanted a yard where she could plant bushes and outdoor flowers." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"Being around people who are different from us makes us more creative, diligent, and hard-working. Culture is that which shapes us; it shapes our identity and influences our behavior. Culture is our “way of being,” more specifically, it refers to the shared language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and material objects that are passed down from one generation to the next." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"Once upon a time, before the year 2020, it was not unusual to have a day job that required you to leave your home and go to an office to work. Sounds crazy, right?
But it is true, working has not always been sitting in your sweatpants behind a laptop at the kitchen table, while you have your make-up bag ready next to the mousepad in case your coworker spontaneously decides ‘hey guys, let’s go on camera!’  during the Zoom call!" Read more on the blog.

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