Pictured: Digital Art
On December 22nd I announced that the Second Life Destination Guide was being uplifted to the cloud. That process is still underway, however, we have run into some errors. For this reason, the web publishing tool that allows us to update the Destination Guide is still unavailable and will be for the foreseeable future until these errors can be corrected. I am hoping it won’t be much longer than another week or two. I will continue to update you on this status every Friday.
The submission form for the Destination Guide is also giving errors because of this, so please continue to email your submissions to email@example.com and we will add them as soon as we have access again.
One very exciting event occurring this weekend is at the ACS region. The American Cancer Society is celebrating an important milestone – $4 million USD raised in Second Life to help fight cancer! The party, which features live music and many guest speakers, will be held Sunday, January 17th from 10am to 1pm PT.
The official home of the American Cancer Society in Second Life. Since 2005, cancer patients, caregivers, and volunteers have been able to receive services and support from the ACS in SL without having to leave the virtual world.Visit in Second Life
If you’re looking for more places to explore, here are some destination listings for a few of my favorite places on the grid:
Cammino e Vivo Capovolto is a creative place dedicated to 3D art and photography by Mistero Hifeng.Visit in Second Life
The Virtual Black History Museum invites everyone to explore the timeline of African-American history from the heartaches to the victories in a park-like and welcoming environment.Visit in Second Life
Missing Melody stuck in nostalgia. Breathing a dream. A cool wind strolls between the trees and leaves dance with the salty water’s waves. Photographer and Blogger friendly with a romantic touch. Everyone is welcome. Add your images to their Flickr group: flickr.com/groups/ohdeercafeVisit in Second Life
Japanese music group Chouchou bring their creativity to Second Life in several photogenic and atmospheric regions, including “Memento Mori,” “Islamey” and “The Babel.”Visit in Second Life
Tralala’s Diner @ Pine Lake is post-apocalyptic living at its finest. Explore this photogenic region filled with rooftop slums and scavenged ruins. Strap yer boots on tight…you might be a’ightVisit in Second Life
Have a fun week and remember, stay safe, stay home, stay virtual!
From all us us at Zoha Islands And Fruits Islands/Eden