I've long been fascinated by places of worship in Second Life, and my aim with the Basilica is to offer a peaceful yet realistic environment in which to do that, or simply sit in quiet mindfulness.
Does leading mesh body and clothing brand Maitreya aim to monopolise the market by withholding important information to creators who want to make clothing for the Maitreya Lara body? That's the claim made by blogger Sophee Mojo in her post published October 17th.
I am happy to announce that I have taken the role of marketing manager for The Liaison Collaborative, one of Second Life's most popular monthly shopping events. My first job was to redesign an all new website for the event, to celebrate its return to active rotation - starting today.
The inspiration for this series of photographs arose as I was taking down some of the sets of my play / movie, Paradise Lost, for the last time. I had put off this task for months, but due to region limits, I needed to make space. Besides, it's time.
Second Life blogger Strawberry Singh has written about her impressions and feelings while watching Paradise Lost The Movie. Below are some highlights, read the full review here.
This simple but attractive photo has won this week's Paradise Lost Photo Competition. Taken by Ramsa Luv, which perfectly captures the serenity of the last supper after the apostles left the table.
I'm delighted to announce that I will participating in MadPea's Celebrity Auction again this year, and this time, I'll be screening Paradise Lost The Movie at the event on Saturday, September 26th at 1pm SLT. This will be the 2nd time Paradise Lost The Movie is screened in Second Life, and I can't think of a more appropriate venue and cause.
Jerri Glover, Marketing Director of Bright Canopy has just informed me that Bright Canopy will return for service tomorrow, 22 of September, 2015 on a pay-as-you-go model, starting at $17 USD a month.
The entries are in for this week's Paradise Lost Movie Set Photo Contest, and the winning entrant is Asgard Windlow, who submitted the above picture.
I invite you to visit Following Sister Moon's Gallery at Basilique. Turn on your stream and listen to some jazz music while appreciating the gorgeous images on display. Should one tickle your fancy, take it home at very affordable prices.