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Exavor Diesel

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  1. Hi all, I am selling a niced sized parcel situated on adult mainland. It is 2560sqm with 585 land impact, meaning you only pay LL for 2048sqm! (due to the bonus prim allowance) http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Ixo%20Axo/105/26/65 Only L$14,999! Cheers Ex
  2. So right now I don't really have a home on SL. My "home" is simply a "safe hub". Despite the name, these are commonly targeted by griefers and are not that safe at all, especially if you want to stay out of trouble. Unfortunately for me I left my avi in a safe hub while afk. Someone thought it would be a good idea to grief everyone on the sim. My graphics card started to overheat and when I returned to my computer, I could hear my GPU fans running at max RPM. God knows how long they were doing that for! Now my graphics card is on the verge of dying. I see random polygons and rendering performance has significantly decreased. Why can't LL do more to combat griefers? Not only is it a major annoyance, it can also be very costly too! Now I need to buy a new graphics card before it dies completely. Ex
  3. I have a full sim for sale. Name: SOHO Tier date: 28th Price: 550 USD I will pay the transfer fee. IM me in-game or email exavor@gmail.com if interested. Cheers Ex
  4. Hi there, I own a new urban city themed sim called SOHO. I have a vacant store which you may be interested in. It comprises of 3 floors and is 100% mesh. I also have a 2 floor apartment above the store which is also available for rent I have provided a link below if you'd like to check it out. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/SOHO/83/191/22 IM me if you're interested. Cheers
  5. Hi all, I have a few apartments on my urban city themed sim (SOHO) available free for the first two weeks. If you decide to stay after two weeks, the rent will be L$299/w for 200 prims. There's absolutely no obligation within the first two weeks. Please IM me if interested or click on the link below to checkout the sim. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/SOHO/165/210/21 Photo of one of the apartments: https://d44ytnim3cfy5.cloudfront.net/assets/7193392/lightbox/3.jpg Cheers = )
  6. Hi, I am looking for a full sim. Please IM me if you're looking to sell and quote your asking price. Cheers Exavor Diesel
  7. Hi, I am looking for a full sim. Please IM me if you're looking to sell and quote your asking price. Cheers Exavor Diesel
  8. i so soz i hav no simz but i do has dictionary. u lyke 2 buy?????!!!
  9. Land for sale! Spacious 8192sqm for just L$19,999, 1875 prims, situated on adult mainland. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Parluck/77/158/73 Priced to sell. Offer open for the next 24 hours only.
  10. Land for sale! Spacious 8192sqm for just L$29,999, 1875 prims, situated on adult land. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Parluck/77/158/73
  11. Land for sale! Spacious 8192sqm for just L$39,999, 1875 prims, situated on adult land. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Parluck/77/158/73
  12. Start SL via command line (terminal) and it will show you the error message and this will help you troubleshoot it further.
  13. I have a full sim for sale for $250US. (15,000 prims) This sim was purchased back in October direct from Linden Lab and is therefore on one of the newest servers. I will pay transfer fees and the transaction will be done via LL's ticket system. Tier will be due on the 20th of June. IM me for more info.
  14. Land for sale! Spacious 8192sqm waterfront plot (corner) for just L$2700 per week, 1875 prims + full rights. Situated on a adult residential estate, No premium membership required. IM me for more info or click the link below. :) http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Hemel/46/116/21
  15. LAND for sale! Spacious 4096sqm waterfront plot for just L$1350 per week, 937 prims + full rights. Situated on a adult residential estate, no premium membership required. IM me for more info! :) http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Hemel/136/200/21
  16. The marketplace really needs to be overhauled. Given that it accounts for the majority of non-land sales, I think it's imperative that you get the marketplace right. Here's just a few issues: - It is terribly slow - The search functon is very poor and usually returns unrelated results - Sorting product lines is very difficult (I.e. I often have to skip through loads of female products before I come across men's products. You should allow merchants to categorise their products more specifically so that consumers can find what they're looking for - It looks like you've borrowed some of Ebay's interface design concepts. I suggest taking a look at a few e-commerce CMS systems out there. There's many features which you could borrow, many of which would greatly enhance the marketplace - Make it easier to get to the marketplace. Typing in "http://marketplace.secondlife.com" or by clicking through the links on secondlife.com is just too tedious
  17. Firstly, if you don't know anything about cloud computing, I advise clicking X because this won't make a lot of sense otherwise! I think it's time land gets an overhaul on Second Life. It has used the same basic concept since its inception and it doesn't appear to be progressing with modern technologies. The best LL has done is improve server hardware over the years, but that's about it. The concept has remained the same throughout the years. I think it is time to jump on the cloud bandwagon. I'm really surprised this hasn't been done yet! Like many on SL, I work in IT and despite my dislike for the overused term "cloud computing", I can see how cloud computing could benefit SL. Cloud computing would allow for scalability. This is an area where SL is currently lacking, or rather, it has too many limitations & constraints. Cloud computing would allow estate owners to define the size of their region, meaning enhanced scalability and flexibility. In addition, it could also reduce the cost of provisioning. Larger region = more cloud server resources Smaller region = less cloud server resources With the current technology in use, estate owners ofen find themselves constrained. For example, there's many popular clubs on SL (I'm referring to clubs which have dedicated regions) These clubs are often laggy* and there's nothing the estate owner/club owner can do about it. Even if they added another region, it wouldn't resolve the issue because it wouldn't allocate more server resources to the affected region/area. Cloud computing could be the answer to this. And this is just one example which shows how the cloud computing concept could benefit Second Life. *Not referring to render lag.
  18. Full-Prim Sim for sale for $330 USD (Includes transfer fee) Tier due on March 20, 2012 At present, the sim is mostly occupied by residential tenants. It can be easily profitable providing you don't have to pay European VAT. (Taxes) The sim was originally purchased in October 2011. It's therefore on one of the newer servers. Contact Exavor Diesel inworld, or exavor@gmail.com Payment must be via SL. (No PayPal)
  19. Looking for cheap land on a new adult sim? Full rights and situated on a corner. (waterfront),4096sqm, 937 prims for just L$1300/w. (Last plot available) IM me or click the SLurl link below if interested. :) http://slurl.com/secondlife/Hemel/210/208/20/
  20. I have one sim and would break even if it wasn't for the fact that I live in the EU and have to pay 20% VAT. I make a loss of around $50US a month. I keep some of the land for my own personal use so it's not that bad although I wish they'd stop charging me VAT!
  21. Looking for cheap land on a new adult sim? Grass terrain and situated on a corner. (waterfront),4096sqm, 937 prims for just L$1300/w. (Last plot available) IM me or click the SLurl link below if interested. :) http://slurl.com/secondlife/Hemel/210/208/20/
  22. Yep, I looked into that though. For most people, it isn't an option as you need to earn over £73,000 (Approx US$114,000) in order to be eligible to register for VAT in the UK. I certainly don't earn that much from selling land on my sims. If I did, I would quit my RL job LOL Plus if I did register for VAT, it would mean I'd need to collect it from my EU tenants. I don't think I'd have many tenants left if I started doing that...
  23. I think one way for LL to resolve this issue without putting them at risk of conflicting with HMRC, is to simply allow residents to pay for tier in Linden Dollars instead of USD. Current government legislation cannot apply VAT to virtual currency AFAIK. Of course, the exchange rates fluctuate on a daily basis so they would need to create a system that automatically does the conversions. They have this sort of system in place already for LindeX transactions. Of course, LindeX transactions would still be subject to VAT but this would still be a major advantage to current and prospective Europeans in the virtual land sales business considering they would not be using LindeX to buy Lindens.
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