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Doc Falworth

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  1. Copyright is certainly a gray area when applied to digital images, especially so in TGA format. Now, getting to the meat of your question.... Assuming there are no trademarked images passing into SL database, that much is legal. Selling clothing designs is quite different from digital wallpaper. In order to create an avatar skin or image, you first need a template. Creating skins or clothing outside of SL "specifically suited for SL Avatar use" just for the fun of it, then dumping the designs seems a little bit suspicious to me. I could be way off base but I would suspect these images
  2. Although this thread is old, the difference remains the same. Simply said, "The People" make the difference. I found no evidence of Inworld residents openly dissing SL nor do I find the opposite SL residents dissing Open Sims. There are those who cut their teeth in SL and will not leave until the power goes off at Linden Labs, while others have the very same pioneer spirit to explore other worlds, that same spirit which created Second Life. There is good in both worlds, shortfalls as well. I am a resident and creator in several worlds. Looking at the numbers only, growth is extraordinarily
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