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Linden Lab

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"Welcome to the first in a series of bite sized tutorials, each of which will cover a specific aspect of avatar customisation within Second Life. As with all of my posts, these are written primarily for male avatars, so any mesh bodies and heads, etc mentioned will be those specifically for men, but the basic principles will be the same no matter your avatar’s gender. All that will differ is the capabilities of your own preferred mesh body parts and their HUDs." <Click here for more from the Virtual Bloke blog>

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"Designed by Japanese pianist Arabesque Choche and vocalist Juliet Heberle, who together form the successful musical duet of Chouchou and managed by 10223 Resident (aka Tofu), the regions are among some of the longest running, practically unchanged private island environments, to be found in Second Life, and are an absolute delight for all who encounter them." <Click here to read more on the Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World Blog>

Linden Lab

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"Plato once said “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” We live our lives to music. I myself have a list of songs that I refer to as the soundtrack of my life. The list is made up of songs from a wide range of genres and they are songs that I associate with a specific moment in time, either because the lyrics fit the mood or because that is the song that was playing at the time. Many couples have a ‘song’, something that was played at their wedding or some other event of special significance or just signifies their relationship in some way, for my husband and I it’s ‘Long Way Home’ by Tom Waits. For many music is a way to tell their story." <Click here to read more on Alyss Whitewood's blog>

Linden Lab

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"I have always loved Canadian Geese.  Then I was young, and before we moved to a more rural area, there was a park like, partially wooded and grassy area near the courthouse where we could always see them.  It was exciting because that was pretty much the only wildlife we saw in the city.  Then when I was in 6th grade we moved to the “country” and there was wildlife everywhere." <Click here to read more on the Pretty Things, Nice Life! blog>

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