There’s something mysterious going on with Linden Lab and this year’s SL14B celebrations, something very mysterious indeed, which we can see by way of a Linden Lab blog post : Second Life is Turning 14 !
Well you may think there’s nothing mysterious about Second Life turning 14, but pay attention, there’s something mysterious about this year’s gift of a free Sananok avatar and a mysterious egg.
The first mysterious thing is that even Linden Lab are sure of what a Sananok is :
We’re not entirely sure what a Sananok is, but the Moles assure us they are friendly creatures that tend to keep to themselves and need a good home. Each Sananok avatar comes with a mysterious egg, which is in fact so mysterious, not even the Moles know what it will hatch into.
Furthermore, The Moles aren’t quite sure what that egg will hatch into.
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Second Life’s 14th Birthday celebrations continue at a rapid pace with such a packed agenda that I need transport to get around.
Armed with the new 126.96.36.199912 release of the Firestorm Viewer, (which Inara Pey reviews so very well here), I’ve been taking in the many sights and sounds.
Now you may have an impression that SL14B is all about partying, well there is a lot of partying with live music and DJ’s entertaining the crowds.
However there’s a lot more to it than that. Discussions, art, education, community exhibits and much more will also occupy your time and eyes.
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Dragons! Flaming dragons, that’s a sight that will greet you if you head down to SL14B, but fear not, whereas the dragons breathe fire, the greeters who welcome you sport flags and directions.
Second Life’s 14th birthday celebrations officially opened yesterday and today marks the first full day of celebrations with a packed agenda of activities.
Harper Beresford has posted an agenda for today that offers entertainment galore with live performances, DJ’s and an opportunity to Meet The Lindens in the shape and form of Patch and Dee Linden later today.
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Whilst we get ready to celebrate Second Life’s 14th birthday, with events starting this weekend, the Second Life Destination Guide gives us a chance to take a step back in time via the Second Life Origins section.
This gives us an opportunity to view Second Life as it once was, with a visit to areas such as Da Boom, Second Life’s very first region.
You may want to visit Boardman where zoning guidelines were introduced all the way back in January 2003. I’ve never been sure why these sort of areas weren’t more popular.
Boardman had/has some zoning rules and the welcome notecards around provide us with some information regarding the project :
Welcome to Boardman! Boardman is a controlled building community. A small suburban area, Boardman is the perfect place to build your home if you’re looking for a nice, quiet region without the stores and looming towers you might find building elsewhere.
Here are some helpful guidelines to help maintain Boardman:
You can own as much land as you want, but your build in Boardman MUST be a conventional residence that might be seen in a suburb. This means that stores, dance clubs, sheep farms, and any other non-house builds are not permitted within Boardman.
Builders are no longer limited to using the Mini-House-in-a-Box. But it’s available at the supply stores located around the perimeter of this region.
Now if you’re wondering what sort of zoning rules applied, read on.
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Second Life’s 14th birthday draws closer, the Second Life Community Celebration website currently shows the countdown at 3 days 23 hours. That website is an important one to pay attention to because it will keep you informed about events and happenings. The birthday celebrations are scheduled to run from June 18th-25th, but you will have longer than that to enjoy the exhibits.
The main thrust of the timeline for visitors is as follows :
- June 18, noon SLT: Opening Day!!
- June 23: The Birthday
- June 18-25: Open with Performances
- June 26- July 2: Open for viewing–No Performances
- July 3-5: Breakdown
- July 6: Sims Go Offline
So the performances and spectacular events will take place between June 18th-25th but the exhibits will be open for viewing until July 2nd.
Linden Lab have also blogged about the birthday celebrations and that post involves information regarding a music festival and a couple of parties.
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