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Linden Lab

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"Today in Second Life, at Mini A Chuu Exhibition and Shop, I organized a little interview with one of my favourite photography artists in the wonderful virtual world Second Life, Wiwi Portland-Swot. I have made a decision to reach out to my idols to actually let them speak about themselves, telling their own stories (each of them is very unique and I can’t wait to write about them all ♥). But I guess you are wondering what does that have to do with Mini A Chuu arts? The answer to that is each artist that I interviewed paid a lot of attention to the tiniest of details to create a new masterpiece each time they publish something similar to when you paint a miniature, and it is through this characteristic that I decided to expand the scope of Mini A Chuu to more than just about dioramas. And Wiwi will be the first photography artist in my interview with virtual artist series."

<Read much more on the Life Of Chuu blog>

Linden Lab

"Years ago, four in fact, I wanted to do a post discussing capping and the information on offlines to emails, and how nothing should actually be missing, if done correctly. There will be times when SL does something odd, or when you are logging in and someone IMs you and you may lag out or even crash and that would not be saved, but all in all my 13 years in Second Life, I have probably missed less than half a dozen things in all that time. "

<Read more on Sasy Scarborough's blog>

Linden Lab

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"We first visited Elvion, designed by BoZanoNL in February 2019, back when it was a quarter Homestead region. As I noted in Elvion: an elven sanctuary in Second Life, back then it offered the look and feel of a elven sanctuary, steeped in mystic magic and with little places for visitors to sit and spend time. More recently, the setting has moved to occupy a complete Homestead region, and in doing so has obviously expanded."

<Click here to read more on Inara Pey's blog>

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