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Strawberry Linden

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"Current world events have seen a lot of people returning to Second Life after a long time away from it, and they’re finding that things have changed in a big way. If they left SL prior to the beginning of 2012 they have no idea what mesh is. If they left prior to the end of 2015 they have no idea what Bento is. " Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

"I know it’s not a new topic and that many have already introduced the new Linden house theme, Stilt Homes. Unfortunately, since I wanted to make a video, the first few days of the opening was impossible due to the many people present and the resulting lag. Now that several days have passed since the aperture, I was able to move with the 3D mouse in a reasonably fluid way. Although I have no cinematic pretensions, I believe that a jerky video is a pain more than a pleasure." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"Time to get filming. In part one, I went through the software and hardware I’ve used to record video for my movie, Stömol... I’m going to pick up from that point now and take a more detailed look at some of the tools in Firestorm to help you get the shot you want. We start with a basic photography 101 and move from that to a couple of filming techniques." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"This is the next post in what has clearly decided to be a new series for the blog. My humungous inventory has evidently become sentient and taken on both a life and a mind of its own. So here I am: the poor hapless avatar blogging his attempts to wrangle said inventory into some semblance of order. And what’s something that I have a veritable crapton of, tucked away in (and overflowing from) hundreds of folders?" Read more on the blog.

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