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AutumnSu

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  1. I actually like the idea of using notecards as virtual letters a lot. Even though you are more likely to communicate with those closest to you frequently, as the previous reply said, and therefore, through IMs, I think sending a notecard every now and then could be something special. For example, if you happen to be online when that close friend/partner/etc. isn't, you could send them a notecard with a message that you may not say as casually as you would in an IM. An example of this could be: Hi their name here, I know we've been friends for awhile but I really appreciate _____ and how
  2. I don't think it's a waste of money as long as you are still able to find items that you like for it. Creators do tend to keep up with the latest developments. For example, Lelutka's upgrade/change to custom UV maps for their heads and ears to increase their realism and quality. This will introduce a new type of skin and ear customization to the market as creators make products for this new line. The market seems to be moving in this direction as well (which is also suggested by the Catwa HDPro, as you mentioned). The thing about using an older head is that (from my assumption) the
  3. I love this! I think compliments shouldn't be disregarded or discarded entirely. Kindness can go a long way and really brighten someone's day. They can be coming from a genuine place as you describe. I've often had my day improved when someone complimented me. I felt similar to how you did. The confidence I had in my avatar was definitely boosted. I think it's also a nice way to connect with other Residents. Of course, there are those instances where people are being creepy or have ill motives, so one can act accordingly.
  4. My avatar is definitely a reflection of who I am. Our appearances differ significantly, though prior to this most recent change, her features resembled the ones I have in real life. Her look is where I find the most joy in trying out different things and experimenting. Other than that, my moral stances, beliefs, and behaviors are the same. I try to customize her in a way that most suits/reflects who I am, which in turn, also helps me discover who I am and what I like.
  5. I have to admit that I'm the same way! 😅 I'm not a user of RL Facebook but I have one for SL. Though in my case, it has only helped slightly in connecting with other Residents. This is the main reason as to why I thought about this topic to begin with. Many of them are bloggers and creators, so much of their time is spent doing that.
  6. Hi everyone! This is something I've been thinking about recently. Do you believe it's still possible to find genuine connections in SL? Nowadays, it seems that people's interests lie mainly in creating and/or blogging. They also prefer to keep their circles small. I don't think there are any issues with this at all, as everyone is free to form a Second Life that best suits them. I'm curious to know your thoughts and whether this has changed over the years.
  7. Your photos are amazing. I love the vibrant colors!
  8. Here's mine as well. I'm not super active but I post every now and then. 😄
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