I may have eaten a bit too much sugar and having way too much fun with the linden bear the past couple of days. That’s why this has ended up being the geekiest post ever. But it’s all good, I’m proud of my geekyness.
SL10B is just around the corner, the Grand Opening is on June 16th, and here’s what you can do to take part in all the celebrations:
- Linden Lab is giving away this (creepy but totally awesome) mesh avatar that I am wearing for FREE on the marketplace right now. You can pick it up and wear it and be a geek like me! I did an insane video here with me dressed in the bear av and dancing to bollywood music. I call him my bollywood bear! <3
- Linden Lab is also holding a SL10B Celebration Snapshot Contest and the 1st prize is Homestead Tier paid for four (4) months! Talk about AWESOME, that’s even better than the creepy bear! I’m not sure if I’m going to enter this contest or not since I’m not allowed to photoshop but if I do, I’ll let you know!
- The talented Dizzy Banjo recently contacted me to contribute to his Message in a Bottle exhibit that he is planning for SL10B. I decided I do want to do it, however it’s only supposed to be 10 seconds or less and I am a big time rambler. So I decided to make my own youtube video of what Second Life means to me, however, it’s 17 seconds long lol, so I am going to use soundcloud or something to send my audio recording once I get it down to 10 seconds. But to further geek up this post, here’s my youtube video of what I kind of want to say for this:
- You probably remember my post from a few days ago about meeting Rodvik Linden. I met him because Draxtor had asked me to take a cover photo for The 7th Episode of The Drax Files:
That’s about all I wanted to share with you guys today. I hope you guys are preparing to visit SL10B when it opens, I know I sure will!
- SL10B Blog
- Second Life SL10B Bear Av Photos flickr group via Mr. Crap Mariner
- Celebrate a Decade of Second Life! via Linden Lab
- The Drax Files: a Humble view of the world via Inara Pey
- The Rod Humble Interview via Jo Yardley