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Welcome to the Second Life Blogger Network (SLBN)!
SLBN is a curated showcase of posts from Second Life Bloggers (and vloggers) in our community.

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Entries in this blog

Strawberry Linden

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"I am sort of in love with everything about this photo.  It has been stirring in the back of my mind ever since I tried on the dress.  To me it screamed vintage Hollywood which is a style I love.  The dress and heels are from Nardcotix and they are available at Cupid Inc. which will be wrapping up in a few days so don’t miss it." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"In the early evening hours, Dr Ebenezer Hyde often retired to the salon with his young bride. When the soft ticking of the gears approached, he briefly raised his eyes to examine his latest invention. He had named her Dorothy. The gears on her back were connected to the mechanisms inside her. Under her human skin, she was some kind of mechanical insect that – if you wound it up in the morning – did its duty all day long." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"I decided to make a stop along my route for nice cool beverage. Thought maybe my old bike the Rusty Rucky from 777 motors needed a rest as well. However, I didn’t have to worry as this amazing bike which is part of this week’s 60L weekend sale runs really well. With a great quality and awesome driving menu, James from 777 is at the top of his game with making amazing vehicles. He participates in several of the weekend events as well as some of the major events. That is because he is so good at what he does. Make sure to run over to  777 and grab this bike which comes in several different style options." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"Shopping in SL is clearly much different from shopping in RL, but I do my best to mix and match pieces from various brands to create a look that isn’t quite so cookie cutter. While there’s absolutely nothing wrong with creating a look based on an entire outfit presented by the designer. Sometimes I really like going through different pieces much like I do in RL." Read more on the blog.

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