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Strawberry Linden
"On Tuesday evening the Linden's held a farewell party for Oz, who after almost 11 years at the Lab, has decided that now uplift is complete, his mission is accomplished. Quite rightly Oz wants to retire and on a high note and leaves Second Life in a scalable position with a bright future." Read more on the blog.
Strawberry Linden
"Winter Slavic Rebirth, a winter wonderland steeped in Russian myths and legends, officially opened on SLEA’s Region 1 January 1st 2021.   Due to close February 28th, this review is a celebration of the incredible achievement of the Winter Slavic Rebirth team and a last chance call to appreciate the beauty of this creation before the region is handed over to the next grant artist, Suzen Juel." Read more on the blog.
Strawberry Linden
"I started to landmark hop and landed on some stunning rental sims, sadly we’re almost outta luck if we want to rent any of the homes spread over ten sims as I could only see two actual vacancies and two which were soon to be vacant but I suspect as soon as a vacancy comes up it’s snapped up." Read more on the blog.
Strawberry Linden
"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

Destinations
"The other week I explored Planet Idun, a Sci Fi jungle planet. Great for free form roleplay and photography. I took some pretty pics (if I may say so) and planned to return for some more exploring and information for a blogpost. So I did tonight, alas the region is closed, open only to certain groups." Read more on the blog.
Strawberry Linden
"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
"Heloq Tomsen is someone who stands out. He is well known as a night owl and DJ at Berlin raw, he is witty, sexy and saucy. But is he the kind of guy who talks easily about his dearest passion? I will find out in this interview when I meet him at his home that he would call his ‘little edge of paradise.'" Read more on the blog.
Strawberry Linden
"Not everyone was here in the years of Second Life's infancy. Before sculpts, before mesh, before Windlight. In many ways -- for those of us that were here -- it was the best of times.  Yes, we frequently ended up with shoes and hair in our crotches when teleporting and yes the grid did shut down purposefully for updates each week, but it was arguably the most creative times in SL history." Read more on the blog.
Strawberry Linden

Fashion Events
"For the current round of Redeux (which ends tomorrow), Del-ka Aedilis has released the first building in their new Medici series. As the name suggests, this series will have a Renaissance feel but it will also suit various types of fantasy roleplay. The Townhouse Cosimo is perhaps primarily intended for city builds, but I liked the idea of setting it up as a secluded manor house." Read more on the blog.
Strawberry Linden
"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.
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