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What is Second Life to you? I have no doubt what I have to say will be very unpopular among some of you and then others will appreciate it. I pose the question; What is Second Life to you? Is SL just a game that you log into when you're bored or during free time? Is it a means by which to make a living? Is it a place to connect with friends from all over? Is it a venue to stream your art, writings, music? Who are the people in SL to you? Are they simply avatars you greet and interact with while in world and when you unplug they cease to exist until you log in ag
I was looking for something else in my inventory and stumbled across the filters options in Firestorm (no idea if the same is avaliable in other viewers). I happened across quite a few items that were full perm (other than items sold as full perm with license info) - group gifts, freebies, random objects etc....none of which included any permissions or restrictions information. Would these items be fair game for selling? Is that what the 'Used Items' category on the marketplace is for? Is this bad form or unethical? Or expected? I imagine many of these items were given out through generos