What this blog does not do: This is not a review blog.
In this early state, Linden World wasn't open to the public, was very gun-focused (like a shooter game) and its avatars were made out of prims (called Primitars).If your venue has been blogged here and you see incorrect information please let me know and I’ll be happy to update your post.Likewise, if you visit a place on the blog and find it no longer exists I would appreciate a heads up. Second Life (SL) evolved as an idea by founder and former Linden Lab CEO, Philip Rosedale (aka Philip Linden).He envisioned a vast green, continuous landscape, distributed across multiple servers — and went on to build it.WARNING: GAMING CONTENT DESCRIPTIONS I've been on Second Life for 3 years.
Probably 5-8 hours a day, and then always doing things offline that pertain to SL. There is drama, there is hurt, there is love and hate, there is even death. Yes, there are many grids available to explore, but Second Life remains the .
Avatarbook is the safe and friendly social network for Second Life® avatars.
Make new friends, date up, share your photos, create events, write a blog posts and much more.
The blog was started in February of 2014 and is owned and operated by Morgan Mistwalker (morganmyst) (formerly known as Ned Cyr (nedria.cyr)) – A 10 year resident of Second Life.
What this blog does: Provides information on places that I think others might like to go for a date.
In 1999, Philip Rosedale formed Linden Lab with the intention of developing computer hardware to allow people to become immersed in a virtual world.