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  1. Happy Wednesday! We’re writing today to remind everyone that we’ll be holding our monthly Web User Group meeting on Wednesday, August 5th at 14:00 SLT in our usual meeting place, where we’ll be discussing our status with ongoing projects such as the cloud uplift and our near future plans for our web properties, particularly in light of the changes taking place in the world around us. As always, we’ll leave plenty of time for Q&A from the community. We look forward to seeing you there!
  2. Careful, unsuspecting traveler: what appears to have once been an idyllic medieval village is now inhabited by a dark force. Midnight Dreams is a huge region with many obscure nooks and ominous dens. The name Midnight Dreams was chosen very purposefully, as a notecard explains: “Midnight... the border between light and darkness... a day ends, and a new one gets born in that magical instance... it's the portal of the dream world…” This gloomy role-playing community is an English-speaking 8xp CSS (the grid-wide Community Combat System, made by Suzanna Soyinka) so those who speak other languages must use a translator. This region is also open to observers intrigued by the macabre, as long as you wear a tag. Upon entering the region, a menu of postcards illustrates the different supernatural beings you can transform into, each with varying strengths and attributes. In addition to vampires, there are demons, lycans, and even cyborgs, among others. Some of these character choices even have subcategories, which speaks to the depth of detail poured into this creation. It would take hours to explore this region thoroughly. Some of the highlights include a cathedral, marked by stained glass and jagged edges in the gothic manner, and a mysterious cocktail lounge bathed in deep red decor. In one remote catacomb, candles provide just enough light to reveal a bloodstained carpet leading to one of the Vampire King’s many thrones. Those bold enough to take a seat must cross a threshold of decaying bones. Trade in the summer heat for a ghostly chill at Midnight Dreams tonight! Midnight Dreams Midnight Dreams is a dark roleplay and optional combat environment focused on Vampires welcoming to all species. Featuring a variety of things to see, including a dark lit asylum, a floating lighthouse, an ancient, rune-scrawled shipwreck, a secret underground dungeon and a beautiful butterfly lake. Also connected to a Medieval Village, if you feel so inclined. Visit in Second Life
  3. Anthropomorphism, the attribution of human traits, emotions, and cognitive abilities to non-human entities, has appeared in art and storytelling in various cultures throughout history. As a vehicle for the expression of self in three-dimensional form, it comes as no surprise that Second Life has established itself as the most diverse universe for Anthropomorphic Residents to congregate and celebrate their diversity. Luskwood, a popular treehouse-themed region founded by Eltee Statosky, was one of the first places to become an Anthro hotspot and has inspired many others, as well as the Anthro avatar design company of the same name. Lincesa Pawpad and her friend Craftish created Sudden Stop Furry Sandbox to provide a friendly place for discussion and recreation, and the low lag makes this a great place to create and share builds. A peaceful environment is maintained by strict rules against griefing and harassment (moderators are on call to step in should a conflict arise) so that Anthropomorphic Residents from all backgrounds can hang out as authentic extensions of themselves. Don’t worry if you have trouble entering this region: Sudden Stop is a homestead, meaning it can only hold 25 people at once, 5 of which must be premium. However, it is definitely worth a potential wait. Lincesa Pawpad says of Sudden Stop: “I consider and treat Sudden stop like it’s my home, but it is open to the public for people to use and hang out at.” Also called Furries as an umbrella term for this diverse community, Anthro personas can appear as real life animals, extant or extinct, or take a cue from mythology or imagination. Just like human avatars, their personal style can adopt themes from other role-playing communities, like Goth or Fantasy. Ritzu Clawtooth aptly calls them “walking art,” and Sudden Stop is proud to bring people together in the liberated form of non-traditional representations. Check out the awesome Anthro Avatars available today if you’d like to visit a Furry friendly region, although everyone is welcome.
  4. You are invited to an exclusive inworld screening of STÖMOL, a new feature-length sci-fi thriller completely shot in Second Life! Watch together with the creators of the film and alongside other members of the SL community during this special live video screening event, held this Friday, July 24 at 3 p.m. SLT at the four-region Town Hall Island. There will also be a special Q&A with the creators prior to the show and seating is limited to the first 200 attendees - so we recommend that you get there early! There’s already been some early pre-release community buzz building about STÖMOL in New World Notes, Living in A Modem World and other Second Life blogs. This special screening requires use of the latest release version of the Official Second Life Viewer, which enables content creators and entertainment companies to broadcast live video events to virtual world audiences. The film is written, directed and filmed by Huckleberry Hax, who has been a resident of Second Life since 2007. Hax has also written a number of novels set in Second Life or other virtual worlds (his most popular is the ‘AFK’ series). The film features Hax as protagonist Epi Stömol (and also The Eye), Caitlin Tobias as Waarheid, Ylva as Verity Certain, Mich Michabo as The Quill, Boudicca Amat as Istinito and Anthony Wesburn as Adevarul. For more details about STÖMOL, visit its official website or Facebook page. You can also watch an interview with Hax and Tobias on the most recent episode of “Lab Gab.” STÖMOL Live Video Screening Event Watch STÖMOL, a feature-length sci-fi thriller completely shot in Second Life, during this special live video screening event on Friday, July 24th at 3pm PT/SLT! Important: You will need to be running the latest version of the Official Second Life Viewer in order to see the screening. Visit in Second Life
  5. Experience the timeless beauty of the beaches along the Baja Coast in this serene archipelago comprising the three regions Baja Norte, Baja Isles, and Baja Bay. Baja Coast was inspired by the white sands, desert flora, and surf culture of the real life coast that runs along Mexico’s western peninsula. The aesthetic of its natural environment has made it a very popular spot for ecotourists interested in enjoying a tranquil paradise in a sustainable way. Designer Lauren Bentham, also known for her dark places like “Everwinter,” shows her creative versatility with this sunny and relaxing spot dappled with succulents and palm trees. Hidden nooks provide spaces for a romantic moment or focused solitude, and food trucks can be the meeting point for cheersing coconut drinks with friends. Grab a couple swimsuits for your photo shoot along the water, you’re going to want to stay at this dreamy beach for a while. Sit back and unwind today with a visit to Baja Coast. Baja Coast Experience the timeless beauty of Baja Coast, in this nostalgic, romantic tropical beach environment. Explore the coast and islands of this photogenic white sand tropical beach and take in the sights and sounds of nature with your friends and family, or maybe you just want some peaceful time alone. Don't forget your camera! Visit in Second Life
  6. VIRTUAL WORLDS DOCUMENTARY Directed by: Olivia De Camps Produced by: Tom Sidi ABOUT THE PROJECT Every day, all around the world, millions of people log onto virtual worlds such as Second Life. Through a series of individual stories, this documentary aims to explore the core of basic human interaction. For many individuals, virtual worlds not only serve as escapism, but also morph into an expansion of their real life— where genuine friendships are formed, economy thrives, and often romance is built upon a virtual image that is frequently transferred to the real world. Users have the ability to immerse in the world they have always dreamed of living in, exploring their gender, racial, or sexual identity and creating strong bonds with people they might never get a chance to meet off screen. As we have been stuck at home without a possibility to physically meet, the idea of a digital world has become even more attractive. The documentary is directed by Olivia De Camps, a Dominican-American film student in her Senior year at New York University Tisch School of The Arts and produced by Tom Sidi, a TV and commercial producer. The film will be submitted to film festivals and uploaded online. CASTING Through interviews (all filmed digitally due to COVID) and re-enactments on SL, we are searching for stories to tell from an experiential, non-judgmental and visually-driven way. Tell us your story! How has SL been a world for you in quarantine? Has it helped you find your identity? Did you form a special relationship on the platform If you're an artist, do you come here to share your works (design clothes, host virtual raves, digital photography)? We are looking for people who would like to share their SL experiences with us during or before quarantine. You can choose to remain anonymous if you wish. For any questions or additional information, you can reach us at: oliviadecamps@gmail.com or t@boraxcfm.com
  7. This week’s Second Life Destinations video explores Voodoo Land, which shares a direct border with the cyberpunk region Little World. Created by long-term SL residents and designers Sofie Janic and Monkey Wonder, Voodoo Land also has an urban noir aesthetic, but with a hedonistic flair reminiscent of Las Vegas or New Orleans. This virtual Sin City of sorts is an expansive region to explore in detail and take photographs; storefronts and buildings bear unique neon signs and there is an abundance of colorful street art ranging from abstract geometric patterns to murals. Turn the corner and you might see a digital billboard. There is also a basketball court, arcade, and a skatepark for recreation. In fact, this week’s video features Los Angeles-based author Antoine Wilson, who rediscovered his passion for skateboarding in Second Life while sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here he explores Voodoo Land and brings out that old board to try some ollies. There is a lot of open space for skaters of all experience levels, so feel free to give it a shot. There are also several shopping spots to choose from, including Voodoo Mainstore and Vegas Tattoo. If you need a place to rest, plop down next to an adorable pair of pugs in a rooftop pool. They really thought of everything. Visit Voodoo Land today! Voodoo Land Voodoo land is a nocturn urban region with photogenic spots in different areas. You will find basketball, skatepark, arcade, parking for parties, cinema, bridges, tunnel, underground motorcycle garage, Japanese square, an old street with an Irish Pub, night lights, and neons. The Voodoo Mainstore and Vegas Tattoo are also there. Nextdoor you will find Little World. Visit in Second Life
  8. It is officially summer and Jambo, an expertly crafted African landscape, is the perfect place for a virtual safari vacation. The sounds of nature and occasional rhythmic hand drumming create an atmosphere that is both peaceful and chipper. Cracked dirt paths connect different parts of this region, such as a small village and a savanna filled with wildlife. On one end, a regal lion surveys the land from a tall rock. No need to worry though, all the animals are friendly. Jambo is a prime place for nature photography, as explorers will see everything from zebras and giraffes to a flamboyance of flamingos along the shore. The diverse terrains of the massive African continent are colorfully brought to life as you go from desert to savanna to jungle. Take in the sights by riding an elephant by yourself or with a friend! Visit Jambo! A voyage to Africa today. If your trip gets you hooked on natural beauty, feel free to travel to more of our wilderness regions. Jambo! A Voyage To Africa Jambo! A Voyage To Africa takes you to the cradle of humankind. Starting in a camp reflecting the 1920s you soon have to decide whether to cross a big, calm river with the wildlife veterinary station and a savanna lying behind or to pay a small native village a visit, close to an almost impenetrable jungle. Perfect for explorers and photographers. Safari feeling guaranteed! Visit in Second Life
  9. Happy Wednesday! We’re writing today to inform everyone that our monthly Web User Group meeting, that is usually held on the first Wednesday of the month, will be postponed today to next Wednesday, July 8th at 14:00 SLT in our usual meeting place, where we’ll be discussing our status with ongoing projects such as the cloud uplift and our near future plans for our web properties, particularly in light of the changes taking place in the world around us. As always, we’ll leave plenty of time for Q&A from the community. We look forward to seeing you there next week!
  10. The latest “Second Life Destinations” video takes viewers on a trip to Paris in Second Life. Designed by longtime SL resident Trouble Dethly Crystal, Vive La Paris was built as a special gift by the creator for his girlfriend in Argentina. “Whether it is her favorite song posters adorning the walls of the music store, the outdoor gallery of some my favorite images by her, to the cheese and flower shop and everything in between, the region is my love letter to her,” says Dethly. Highlights of the region featured in the video include the Eiffel Tower, shops, cafes, and an outdoor exhibit of Second Life photography. “Initially, the region was only meant to be rented for two weeks like the other date experiences I have taken her on, where I would hire a couple of live singers for a private show...This time I even had a friend roleplay as a waitress so we could experience a full-service dinner. It was after this date that Ara and I decided to keep the region to share with others to explore, to use as a backdrop for their photographs, or even take their partner or friends for a full-service roleplay dinner.” Vive La Paris is only one of several vacation destinations you can explore in Second Life. Take a look at this recent list of seven of our favorite virtual travel hot spots worth exploring from the comfort of home. Vive La Paris Each footstep tread softly upon its cobblestone streets, echoes in my thoughts of you. There is such beauty and depth found in the richness of its history and culture. Its withstood so much yet it endures, still breathtaking and strong. You remind me of Paris. Visit in Second Life CREDITS: Video Production: Draxtor Despres
  11. As we announced last week, ten last names have officially been retired and are no longer available for purchase. Today, we are pleased to announce the names replacing them, available as an option for purchase now: Vortex Fluffpaw Sassypants Amethyst Bloodrose Aurelia Starlight Additionally, three names are being made available for purchase in honor of Second Life’s 17th Birthday theme: Wayfarer Rover Wanderer These three names will be retired in the next round of updates, so if you’re interested, be sure to grab them while they’re available! We will continue to make additional updates to the available last name pool, so if these options aren’t for you, stay tuned for future updates.
  12. The latest “Second Life Destinations” video explores the new community event Pride Festival SL, which runs from June 24-28. Dimitri Cloud (Juicy Mango in SL), who co-founded and manages the event with Eva Artemisia, organized the event as a way to bring the community together during the pandemic. “We went through this pandemic worldwide, and we think that more than ever, Second Life is a safe hub, a safe place,” he says. The theme for Pride Festival 2020 is “We are fire!” Fire can be sublime and life-sustaining, a powerful energy that provides warmth and light. The colorful stages pop with energy against the desert backdrop, and so will your outfit! The organizers feel that it is so important to remind each other we are not alone during times like these, and we couldn't agree more. The event will feature parties with live DJs and music, shopping, gifts, and more. Check out the official Facebook page for instructions on how to join the contests and raffles. There will also be a fashion show art gallery. Not to be overlooked is the wide aisle leading to the center of the stage, which is emblazoned with the words "Black Lives Matter," perhaps inspired by the street mural in Washington DC. This event will also feature workshops highlighting the needs for mental and physical wellbeing that marginalized communities don’t always have access to. Please visit their website for more information and visit the event inworld. We hope to see you there! Pride Festival SL The Pride Festival 2020 edition in SL will run from June 24th to 28th. The theme is "We are fire!" There will be parties, DJs, live music, contests, shopping, and more! To participate and for more information, visit: pridefestivalsl.wordpress.com. Visit in Second Life VIDEO PRODUCTION CREDITS: Video produced by Draxtor Despres PRIDE SL TEAM CREDITS: Founder: Eva Artemesia Manager: Dimitri Cloud Music Manager (European time) & Art Manager: Emerald Heartsong Model Manager: LillyoftheVeil Judge Manager: Clio Anatine Event Manager: Audrey Guter Event Manager: Dreamsphere Zeimer Vlogger: Any Bergan Photographer: Andybowie Social Media Manager and Crashed Club Day Manager: Claudia Panthar Music Manager: Xenia Stoop Fashion Show Director & Security: Willilicious Georgette Security: Tetsuo88
  13. This year’s theme for our SL17B celebrations is “vacations and road trips” - and, in this spirit, we are pleased to debut today a five-part mini-series dedicated to the unique history, culture and communities surrounding one of the most popular modes of travel in our virtual world - railroads in Second Life. Our virtual journalist Draxtor Despres recently took a ride on the rails of SL to travel across miles of virtual railroad tracks spanning across the grid. Along the way, he makes multiple stops to meet a wide variety of colorful characters and creative communities. In episode one, Hrdtop75 Deluxe of the Virtual Railroad Consortium joins Drax for a look back at the origins and history of the Second Life Railroad (SLRR) system which originated in 2003 within the northwest part of the Sansara continent before eventually expanding to more than 80 regions including the Heterocera (or Atoll continent). Episode two focuses on the Bay City Short Line and trolley developed under the guidance of SLRR co-founder Athos Murphy (formerly known as Michael Linden). In episode three, both Drax and Hrdtop75 explore the ONSR (Okemo Nakiska & Southern Railway), located in the snowland regions of the Sansara continent. The ONSR spans across 13 regions and serves 10 stations for a roundtrip averaging about 22 minutes. Episode four highlights the communities surrounding the ZZR (Zany Zen Railway), which was built by Zen Swords-Galway. As you travel the ZZR, you’ll discover a variety of quirky communities and unique attractions including the small Welsh seaside town Little Coverston. The series concludes in episode five featuring an interview with VP of Product Operations Patch Linden, who discusses the important role of railways within the expansive infrastructure of the massive Bellisseria continents (where thousands of Residents reside within Linden Homes). Drax will be joined by many of the interview subjects featured in the series during a special SL17B Q&A and screening event held inworld June 23 at noon SLT. You can also watch the event live or archived on YouTube. CREDITS: Video Production: Draxtor Despres Narration & Research: Hardtop75 Deluxe Sets & logo: Marianne McCann Special thanks to Patch Linden, Squeaky Mole and Joshu Philgarlic Trains used made by Hardtop75 Deluxe, Zen Swords-Galway, Atomic Infinity and Brit Balogh
  14. Second Life’s 17th Birthday celebrations continue this week with more fun and events, including an opportunity to meet the people behind Second Life. Here’s your chance to learn more about future plans for Second Life and other behind-the-scenes information via a series of special Town Hall Q&A events at SL17B hosted by beloved community member and Prim Perfect owner Saffia Widdershins. For each event, you can join inworld or watch via live video on many of our social channels, such as YouTube, Facebook, or Persicope. Do you have a question that you would like to submit in advance? Please submit your questions via the submission form on Saffia's blog. It all begins today at 2 p.m. with an opportunity to meet Linden Lab CEO Ebbe Altberg, who will be discussing a variety of topics including the impact of the pandemic on operations and what to expect in the future for Second Life. ABOUT EBBE LINDEN CEO, Linden Lab Ebbe Altberg came to Linden Lab with more than 25 years of experience leading teams and creating software used by hundreds of millions of users. After graduating from Middlebury College he went on to work at Microsoft, where he spent most of his 12 years leading teams that created the world’s most popular productivity products such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Office. Meet the Lindens - Ebbe Linden Meet Linden Lab CEO Ebbe Linden on June 22 at 2 p.m. (Pacific). Ebbe has more than 25 years of experience leading teams and creating software used by hundreds of millions of users. Learn about his vision for Second Life at this special event. Visit in Second Life On Tuesday, don’t miss a Q&A with VP of Product Operations Patch Linden. Here’s your chance to learn more about the future of Linden Homes and other timely topics. ABOUT PATCH LINDEN VP, Product Operations A Resident since 2004, Patch was born into Second Life in September of 2007. As the VP of Product Operations, he works to bring the best of product and support based decisions on a daily operational basis to the virtual world platform for Second Life, while maintaining oversight on how all of the various teams within Linden Lab can best work together for the highest good of the Residents and the business. Meet the Lindens - Patch Linden Meet Linden Lab VP of Product Operations Patch Linden on June 23 at 2 p.m. (Pacific). Patch works to bring the best of product and support based decisions on a daily operational basis to the virtual world platform for Second Life, while maintaining oversight on how all of the various teams within Linden Lab can best work together for the highest good of the Residents and the business. Visit in Second Life On Wednesday, our Town Hall spotlight focuses on VP of SL Engineering Oz Linden. Oz will discuss a variety of topics about Second Life including a progress report on the migration to the cloud, the development of a new mobile companion application, and much more. ABOUT OZ LINDEN VP, Second Life Engineering Prior to joining Second Life, Oz spent many years developing all sorts of networking code -- eventually including contributions to the development of HTTP and from there to open source SIP (voice over IP). Internet Telephony turned into something of a corporate nightmare, so he looked around for something more fun. A friend who was working at the Lab recruited Oz to help with the open-source program. Since he had already played a little with Second Life, he thought that it certainly met the "fun" criteria but he had no idea just how much fun. Nine years later, Oz is responsible for Second Life Engineering and having the time of his life. He is proud to be working on a product that means so much to so many people. Meet the Lindens - Oz Linden Meet Linden Lab VP of Engineering Oz Linden on June 24 at 2 p.m. (Pacific). Oz is responsible for Second Life Engineering and is proud to be working on a product that means so much to so many people. Visit in Second Life On Thursday, you won’t want to miss your chance to hear directly from the entire Marketing team, including Brett, Strawberry, Darcy, Maveric, and Tara Linden. The team will be discussing everything from recent campaigns to future acquisition and branding initiatives. ABOUT THE SECOND LIFE MARKETING TEAM The Second Life Marketing team consists of Brett, Darcy, Strawberry, Maveric, and Tara Linden. Together they focus on both the acquisition of new users and the retention of existing users for Second Life. The team uses both paid and non-paid tactics to promote Linden Lab and its products across both traditional and digital media outlets. The team includes industry veterans and experts in advertising, public relations, editorial, e-commerce, web analytics, SEO/SMM/SEM, and social media community management. Meet the Lindens - Marketing Team Meet the Linden Lab Marketing Team on June 25 at 2 p.m. (Pacific). The Marketing team consists of Brett, Darcy, Strawberry, Maveric, and Tara Linden. Together they focus on both the acquisition of new users and the retention of existing users for Second Life. Visit in Second Life On Friday, Patch Linden returns with the Moles! ABOUT THE MOLES The Moles are builders, scripters, and content creators employed by Linden Lab to work in the Linden Department of Public Works. Meet the Moles Meet the Moles on Friday, June 26th at 2 p.m. (Pacific). The Moles are builders, scripters, and content creators employed by Linden Lab to work in the Linden Department of Public Works. Visit in Second Life These events are among the many happenings this week on the SL17B regions. Check out the Destination Guide and our full events calendar on our SL17B landing page to see what else is happening!
  15. SL17B is now officially open! Second Life is celebrating its 17th birthday with our biggest celebration ever -- this year we have over 20 regions filled with parties, live music, deejay performances, and special events. We'll be live streaming the opening ceremony today at 11 a.m. (SLT) and many community members are already starting to share their SL17B explorations on YouTube. We also encourage you to share snapshots of your favorite spots on our official SL17B Second Life Birthday Celebration group on Flickr. There's also a great pocket guide to the celebrations recently published on Inara Pey’s informative Living in A Modem World blog. Here’s the rundown of some highlights from this year’s celebration, which runs through July 12: SL17B Destination Guide & Over 170 Community Exhibits! At the heart of SL17B are over 170 exhibits that showcase a wide range of creativity across the many diverse communities in Second Life. Expect the unexpected as you explore and discover how each exhibit offers its own interpretation of this year’s theme “vacations and road trips.” To get started, check out the Community Experiences category in our dedicated SL17B Destination Guide. In addition to the community builds, there are several birthday events happening all over Second Life. Our Destination Guide also features an SL17B Featured Events category chock-full of places that are celebrating with us - make a point to join your fellow Residents in the festivities. Shop & Hop - 200 Merchants Across 10 Regions This year’s Shop & Hop event is our biggest ever -- with more merchants, more regions, and more gifts than in any previous year! The event features a record-breaking 200 participating merchants across 10 regions. In addition to deep discounts and deals, there are also exclusive and completely new gifts available for free at many shops. There’s something for everyone this year -- you’ll find a broader range of items than in the past including home and garden, breedable pets, and many miscellaneous items and toys that range from fun to obscure. Whether you are into fashion or roleplaying, you’ll find items across a variety of themes including fantasy, cyberpunk, historic and more. A full list of participating Merchants is available on the blog. Music Fest - Two Days of Live Performances By Top SL Musicians Many of the top performers in Second Life have come together to perform live at the SL17B Music Fest, a special two-day music event held June 19-20 at the SL17B Live Stage. Here’s your chance to celebrate Second Life’s 17th Birthday while experiencing some fantastic talent that you won’t want to miss. The full line up is available on our blog. SL17B Music Fest Many of the top performers in Second Life have come together to perform live at this special two-day music event, held June 19-20 at the SL17B Live Stage. Here’s your chance to celebrate Second Life’s 17th Birthday while experiencing some fantastic talent that you won’t want to miss. For full Music Fest schedule, visit: community.secondlife.com/blogs/entry/4870-sl17b-music-fest-lineup-schedule Visit in Second Life Meet the Lindens Learn more about the people behind Second Life at our annual series of Meet the Lindens Town Hall events, held daily at 2 p.m. SLT on June 22-26. Participants this year include Ebbe Linden (June 22), Patch Linden (June 23), Oz Linden (June 24), and the Linden Lab Marketing Team (June 25). You also get the chance to meet the Moles (June 26). Meet the Lindens Meet the people behind Second Life. Here’s your chance to learn more about future plans for Second Life directly from executives via a series of special Town Hall Q&A events at SL17B. Participants include Ebbe Linden (June 22), Patch Linden (June 23), Oz Linden (June 24), and the Linden Lab Marketing Team (June 25). You also get the chance to meet the Moles (June 26). All events at 2 p.m. (Pacific). Visit in Second Life Free SL17B Gifts & Swaginator Hunt Who doesn’t want free swag? Pick up your free Swaginator HUD to seek and find unique gifts scattered across the SL17B regions. There’s also a bunch of goodies to grab at the SL17B Gifting Area -- and don’t forget to explore the many shops in the Shop & Hop event as many also are giving away free items. SL17B Swaginator Gift Hunt Happy SL17B! Pick up several cool gifts through the Swaginator HUD. Can you find them all? Runs from June 19th to July 12th, 2020! Visit in Second Life Full Event Calendar You’ll also want to catch the many DJ performances and other special events. To keep on top of what is happening each day, visit the full SL17B event calendar or our SL17B Landing Page. We are so excited about celebrating with you - and look forward to more great Second Life Birthdays!
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