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  1. "Need help adding XRadio as your land stream in Second Life? Find out how!" Read more on the blog.
  2. "i took this title from the title of a Pewdiepie video. i didn’t actually watch the video, so i’m not sure of the context, but the title just seemed to speak to everything that was on my heart right now. Consider this a disclaimer. i suppose i should also add a trigger warning… but i’m not sure what for? If you don’t like being reminded of your privilege, i guess?" Read more on the blog.
  3. "I came across this store & Gallery from The Stay At Home Club offers. At the time the large print “Breathe” was the gift, its the lower print..." Read more on the blog.
  4. "F.E.A.R. is the first region-wide design Yoon (Onyxxe) has attempted, as she notes in her profile and through her blog. While the name might sound as if it references a place that is intended to invoke a sense of dread – and is actually taken from a Stephen King novel (Doctor Sleep) – Yoon uses it in one of its two more familiar forms..." Read more on the blog.
  5. "The non-profit, volunteer-run educational facility International Spaceflight Museum is a huge simulation in the virtual world Second Life. They hosts a series of exhibits and events about real-world space travel." Read more on the blog.
  6. "When I first visited A Favela, a parcel in Second Life decorated by Lotus Mastroianni and Fred Hamilton in a way that represents a typical Brazilian slum (actually, a typical slum in Rio de Janeiro), I thought it looked accurate enough to go beyond a simple display of stereotypes. Indeed, it offered me an opportunity to reflect on a series of subjects concerning what one could call otherness: how to balance the temptation of treating different societies (or cultures) as exotic; how powerful can SL be as a tool to avoid that risk; and how it feels to be the other in a world of so many possibilities." Read more on the blog.
  7. “We need to get away from talking about the physical world as the real world,” says anthropology professor Tom Boellstorff, who built Anteater Island. “Online sociality is a set of cultures that can be just as real as what’s in the physical world.” Read more on the blog.
  8. “Change does not happen in silence!” Black Lives Matter! The Second Life pic of the day today is a collage of images from our supportive community members: Randonee Noel, Janet Voxel, Jadelyn McAuley, Lindalindalein Mayo, Alyss Whitewood, Tori Greyson, Reyetta Claven, Prophet, and Vanity Mirror. See more from our community in the Official Second Life Flickr Group! For a chance to have your image featured as the Second Life pic of the day, submit your work to the Official Second Life Flickr Group, but don't forget to read the rules! Connect with Second Life on Social Media: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Flickr | Pinterest | Tumblr | Plurk | TikTok | Reddit | LinkedIn
  9. "The official Second Life viewer has introduced an exciting novelty regarding the camera settings. This new release will appeal especially to bloggers and photographers. In fact, with the latest release of the official viewer, we can save presets relating to the shots we use most and that we need to have at hand." Read more on the blog.
  10. "It’s been a while since my last post and as I heard about a newcomer I thought it was the perfect opportunity. No sooner said than done, I went to Saddles to see Jack Dryden." Read more on the blog.
  11. "Famed award-winning editor ann vandermeerand x-prize show-runner eric desatnik were guests at the book club last wednesday, together with the biggest in-world crowd of [befittingly!!] colorful avatars we ever had. also joining us were a handful of high-profile speculative fiction authors from the “avatars inc.” anthology and the fab folks from wunderkind pr." Read more on the blog.
  12. "Throughout history humans have used protest to bring about change. As a woman in the US I have the right to vote because of protest, segregation was ended because of protest, the United States exists as a country because of protest!" Read more on the blog.
  13. "I am not black. I am not American. But, I cried when I watched the video of George Floyd being murdered in the street in Minneapolis by a white police officer." Read more on the blog.
  14. "Well hello on this fine day. Isn’t it a pretty one? Out there the sun is shining, there’s a light breeze, bees swoop the currents and make honey somewhere neither I, nor Winnie the Pooh can find it. And yet it feels wrong to be invested in such a pretty day. It feels wrong to enjoy it. Why? Because our black brothers and sisters continue to be struck down by the American police for no reason at all." Read more on the blog.
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