Sometimes friends in Second Life make all the difference. This time last year I was in a terrilbly sad and lonely frame of mind for various reasons. Markos Binder, was a friend I knew just a bit from roleplay at the time. He made time to listen and got me out in SL having fun again. This picture was taken on a day when we were exploring all the freebies he’d scored in the Caledon treasure hunt. A freebie flying ship…wow!
The exhibit I built for Music Island at the SL8 birthday celebration was constructed in the shape of a steampowered Victrola as my allegory for Second Life music. It is home-made in our kitchens, living-rooms and basement studios out of the stuff of pure science fiction.
A few minutes of the live concert at SL8 by the Duo Appassionato. It was unfortunate that such a small capacity venue was allocated to the performance. Complicating capacity issues at SL8 was the fact that poster presenters were allowed to schedule talks and events at their poster sites which effectively used up the capacity of the sims. The organizers of SL8 were great people and worked really hard. I’m just not sure that the event worked for my project.