blogonnectivity

hey there, I’m wondering if there is good way to connect the CC Google Group to this blog so the posts are mirrored. Preffereably both ways. Jesta put together a nice site here and it’s a shame that it gets less traffic than it deserves. Maybe there’s a WP plugin and Google functionality to do that? I don’t have time …

I like the idea, but…

I like the idea of SL. It’s cool. A virtual world with open-ended goals. Building tools are accessible to everyone, and easy to learn. Sure, mesh and sculpties are a little more complex, but they’re doable, even if it takes some skill to get good results. Anyone can mess with it. I like that there is a huge diversity of …

Boy, some things never change

6 years later, Prokofy is still ranting about the FIC. What a nutjob. Her comment is posted as Catherine. https://plus.google.com/102218502614021519543/posts/TGvya2wVeFf http://nwn.blogs.com/nwn/2013/01/japan-chubu-and-japan-kansai-gone-from-second-life.html      

O Hai

I have nothing to say, so here’s a little dance:  

6 Years Later

I have to admit, I don’t know what people do in SL anymore. If people from Corona Cay aren’t on, I can’t figure out the appeal of SL. It performs terribly and everywhere I go are people who don’t want to talk to anyone. Wait… that’s not quite true. I spoke with a spanish speaking female avatar today and thanks …

It’s Not the Metaverse

Eric Rice (aka Spin Martin) posted on G+ three links to blog posts about Second Life and whether or not it’s fulfilled the promises of the metaverse. The first one was by Fleep Tuque and it generated responses from Wagner James Au and Botgirl Questi. The response by Botgirl Questi was the most interesting, because she posits that it isn’t Linden …

Cayans Start Your Engines

I recenlty returned to Corona Cay for my third stay as a resident. I’ve had a blast reconnecting with old friends and meeting new ones. This place has always struck me as a tight-knit community of creative and friendly people that have the tendency to get a bit wacky at the drop of the hat.  Maybe that’s why I keep …

It’s Deja Vu all over again

I’ve been a cartoon boy since 2006, when I first created an avatar in Second Life. During that time, a lot has changed and my opinions of SL have kind of gone all over the place. I let my rental on Corona Cay lapse for good as I just could not justify the use of my time and money on …

More than a song, more than an island…

Some of you may be familiar with the song I wrote, “Corona Cay”. The inspiration and title of course came from the island that I call my home in Second Life. But Corona Cay is more than just a pretty 3D island – it’s a community of people who have quickly become friends both inside and outside of the virtual world. …