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Second Life Query

Hey, cats and kittens. How many of you folks have Second Life accounts, or have considered getting one? I've had one for ages, but I rarely used it. However, as of yesterday, cereselle and I have set up a group and bought land. Elle is actually building us this fantastic, marble clubhouse. I'm awestruck, really. Now that it's possible to actually build things to one's exact specifications in a virtual world, it's kinda of like that magnificent future they've always promised us has arrived...

Anyway, our group is called the Diodati Society. If you want an invitation, let us know, and you're as good as joined up. We're having fun with the building aspects right now, and if we can purchase more land (which is easier with the help of more folks) we might try to set up a quaint, Addams Family type house somewhere, complete with monsters in the basement, etc. We can throw little salons and shindigs! It'll be a blast.

BTW, my SL name is Candace Bethune, and cereselle is Ceres Eilde. If you decide to create an account, naming her as the person who referred you benefits the group. Just FYI.


Feb. 28th, 2007 01:45 am (UTC)
Hmm. I just can't figure SL out. Not the using or tech aspect, but Why? Besides being virtual highschool/club scene. Plus I have to agree with Jack in that it would suck more time away and I already spend way to much time online.
I know if I spent any real amount of time there I'd be with the groups causing problems. Mmmmm, Snow Crash. Still like to know how they made a nuke.
Feb. 28th, 2007 08:34 pm (UTC)
It is strictly only for the socializing aspect. I see it as potentially fun because I have numerous pals all over the country/world who I never see in person. It's just a prettier version of a chatroom. So if you're not a very visual person, it's probably not worth it, frankly.

And, yeah, the Snow Crash parallel is one of the reasons I like it!



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