Let me start this blogpost by wishing you all a wonderful, warm, sunny and relaxed summer. And for those one the other side of the globe, dealing with winter…hang in there and cuddle up with blankets, hot beverages and fireplaces!
Typically the months of July and August are somewhat quiet when it comes to updates from us and the blogger community – as lots of people enjoy the outdoors and are spending less time online.
This does not mean we, the team of SL Blogger Support, are not available or undercover! We keep on working with designers and event coordinators and we are also making plans for the coming months. Plans and events which will help you, Second Life Blogger, to keep doing what you love!
From a personal note, I have been offline from Second Life for a few months, due to personal Real Life reasons, but knew the support team and all of our members kept on continueing the hard work. I am back now and – as always – open to feedback, questions, suggestions etc.
For now I want you to know, all of you!: YOU are awesome, you are supportive, you are a valuable community member and you will get to hear and read more from us!
Maybe not during summer season, but keep an eye on our group-chat and this website. Autumn will mark the beginning of all kinds of new, interesting and worthwhile topics!
Happy vacation/summer season to all of you and…keep blogging!
Oh and our inworld group is always running, don’t be shy: keep asking!
and then there is this…enjoy!
We’ve circled another year in Second Life™ and fast approaching our virtual 14th birthday celebration, residents! This year’s theme brings us to the bright, colorful, joyful merriment that is Carnival with opening day on June 18th, 12pmSLT continuing through June 25th with performances. Exhibits will stay opened through July 2nd. Read More
I played with light projectors this morning in Second Life. And I wanted to share little tips for second life photographers and photo enthousiasts. Since my past SL lights tutorial, a lot has changed. Material introduction enhanced avatars’ appearance a lot. Light reflects over prim surfaces and mesh avatars’ skin, even on mesh clothes and hair, so here is a new little demo…
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