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Jahman Ochs

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  1. 10 years ago, Mimi Carpenter was just getting started and the Pando region was the new home of the third iteration of the Bottom Line Cabaret in Second Life. We liked Mimi so much, we gave her a residency, and she played on a regular basis for months. Then in 2012 we severed our ownership of the sim for time constraint reasons, and the Bottom Line shuttered in June of that year. Now G&H Partnership is in possession of Pando once again, and, eight years later, Mimi returns to play at the Bottom Line! Come hear this wonderful female vocalist/guitar player sing originals and covers in a style
  2. The Pando Photo Contest goes into its final week with some great entries in contention - but there's always room for more. Be creative, and take a picture (or two) as an entry on our glorious new urban-themed full mainland region! Enter it to win up to L$5000! Details at the Flickr group link below:
  3. The Pando region is in preview mode leading up to our grand opening next month, and we're running a Flickr photo contest! Come express your creativity on our fabulous new urban build, and enter to win L$!!
  4. Hi there! After an eight year hiatus, I am once again the owner of the Pando Region. I've spent the last two months prepping it for re-opening, making use of the best mesh architecture out there on the market, and my partner and I are very impressed with the quality of craftmanship that is available today on the grid. While the build we had there for two years starting in the Summer of 2008 was a wonder for its day, and a popular destination for all manner of entertainment, the advances in design and the implementation of mesh have obviously kicked things up to a new level, and we've taken ful
  5. http://sl9b.wordpress.com/ - it's alread happening there, and dozens of other places! As I said above, I'm bitter-sweet about it, because my head says BOYCOTT! DON'T GIVE IN! etc - but my heart says WE ARE FAMILY, and I can't help but join in arms when the community stands together to celebrate, if nothing else, our tenacity in making the most out of what we are given, regardless of whether the masters join us or not.
  6. I am sooooo where you are, Nozomi. So much so that I finally decided to actually "vote" with the only tool I know how, and gave up my full mainland sim I'd been working for two and a half years, because I don't want my tier going to support the current Linden Labs pursuits and behavior. It's only U$2400-$3300 annually denied from their coffers (I won't be buying the extra U$50 in L$ I needed to support the place properly every month, either), so it's a relatively small vote, but in the spirit of your metaphor, it's the only vote I have. That said, I agree with Temba - the community itself *is
  7. Linden Labs has never shown any evidence of being able to follow through on things much less complicated than a change in course of platform concept. They can't even get regression testing right on the grid itself, and their enforcement of ToS is selective, at best, throughout. I do not expect anything more from them - they have one of the poorest quality assurance records of any service provider with whom I've been compelled to deal, which is part of the reason why I divested my land holdings this week. No more tier payments from me until I see a change in behavior.
  8. In Pando, I was more of a curator; for my homage to Greenwich Village (an estate sim called The Big Apple, rip 2009), I did indeed use Second Inventory to move the contents over to Open Life, and then eventually to Kitely. Thanks for the thought, though - a lot of folks don't even consider alternative options for such preservation.
  9. http://slurl.com/secondlife/Pando/128/128 - full 256x256 mainland region. No reasonable offer refused - will accept below abandonned land price. IM Jahman Ochs before 7:00PM PDT/SLT on June 8th, 2012.
  10. I'm taking down the tent at the Carnival in Pando, after two and a half years. (Well, there is no tent, really, but you know what I mean.) Part of the reason is just sheer fatigue; 900+ days and 230,000+ visitors later, it's time to take a rest. Part of it is wanting to go out on top - our traffic is solid, our following is loyal, and people sing our praises on a regular basis. Part of it, of course, is no surprise to anyone who has read my (infrequent but passionate) posts here in the forums: this is not the Second Life I loved when I started here, and Linden Labs is not the proprietor it onc
  11. The Pando region, a full snow sim (http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Pando/48/61/101/) is for sale. Please contact Jahman Ochs if you are interested; I will entertain any reasonable offer, and this sim MUST go by June 8th - if it does not sell, it will be abandoned.
  12. Seems to have abated, guess it was just "one of those things" - always disconcerting the day after a deployment.
  13. Anyone else seeing *very* slow retrieval of group info and search results? I'm also finding it impossible to submit a group notice. As an aside, although I only tried it once, I got the "to Unknown" response making a L$ payment, although looking at my transaction log shows the money went to the right place.
  14. Yeah, I'm onboard with that - but it is still NOT the same thing, and, unfortunately, gives Linden Labs what they wanted. So, we'll hold the party without them.
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