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

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Strawberry Linden

"Zenescope Entertainment, the acclaimed comic book and graphic novel publisher has come together with Second Life to create an inworld virtual experience for all to enjoy. I visited the new region to find out what it's all about and what  you can do there. HEDGE MAZE -Watch out for traps! GOBLIN GOLF - fully playable DISCOVER HIDDEN ROOMS. Play the ZENESCOPE QUEST - easy to do and pick up a FREE GIFT along the way.The region opened on 4th August 2021 and this is just the start of many more things to come." Click to watch the video on YouTube.

Strawberry Linden

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"Once again, intrepid adventurers, we embark on another stop in the search for BBB Passport Stamps!  This installment takes us to the continent of Corsica in Second Life Mainland, and, once again, to the vibrant Scottish coastal area that is The Campbell Coast.  It also happens to be home to the recently refurbished Campbell Coast Aerodrome, so all you flyers out there, you have a new public airport destination!" Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"Wandering through Second Life I chanced upon the virtual Hotel Chelsea and was immediately impressed with the scale of building, the quality of the build, it’s myriad rooms, and simple but imposing presence. (Since then I have compared some details of the real life Chelsea Hotel in New York City with this replica and find the recreation is staggeringly accurate – even the lift breaks down, just like the real life lift)." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"Today’s therapy session takes us to Krak Bak Caye at The Sim Quarterly. You haven’t got much time left to emerge yourself in the sights and sounds of this tropical installation by creator Elizabeth Jewell, inspired by the beautiful island of Belize. On July the 25th it will be going *poof*, as that is the nature of all installations at The Sim Quarterly." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

"Hey Mainlanders! It’s Feorie Frimon and I’m back today to finish off the Atoll Coast ride we’ve been doing for the past few weeks. I toyed with my windlight settings and I think you’ll be pleased - the final result turned out great. I’ve got some super interesting interviews lined up for July and August, but I’m still on the hunt for a few more interested residents to hop on a POD and take a ride with me." Click to watch the video on YouTube.

Strawberry Linden

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"I’ve now stayed in close to 50 Second Life hotels and resorts, something to the best of my knowledge no one has ever tried to do before.  At the same time, this website has had over 25,000 page views since January, about 10x more than I thought it would get when I started writing at the end of last year! With me taking a July break from doing reviews, I thought this was a good time to highlight my ten favourites so far." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"Nefeli – this is the name of the island of which I’m about to tell you. Named thus after Nephele, the cloud nymph of Greek mythology. Created by Zeus from a cloud (νέφος – nephos – in Greek) in the image of Hera; mother of the Centaurs, and also of Phrixus and Helle, who both featured prominently in the myth of the Golden Fleece." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"Setting up a resort in the middle of a group of other sims can be challenging.  Why should people stay with you when they can travel to these other places anyway and tp home within seconds? One of SL's newest resorts, the Bonaire YanuYanu,  passes that question with flying colours in that it really works with and integrates its surroundings." Read more on the blog.

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