Mont Saint Michel now gone from Second Life

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Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Mont Saint Michel - now departed Second Life Mont Saint Michel – now departed Second Life

Several people have contacted me over the last couple of days concerning Mont Saint Michel, Second Life.

In September 2015, and following Ciaran Laval’s lead, I reported the region would apparently be closing at the start of October, the news of the closure having been given by Moeka Kohime via her Flickr stream.

It seemed the news was premature; come November 2015, Petr Hastings-Vanbeeck dropped me a line to say the region was still alive and kicking. It continued to be that way through early 2016 and on through the year.

However, at the start of September 2016, Tyche Sepherd listed the region as one of 55 removed from the grid at the end of August, 2016 – almost a year after notice was first posted of its departure from SL. It’s not clear why the region remained so long…

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Project Bento User Group update 28 with audio

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Bento: extending the avatar skeleton Bento: extending the avatar skeleton

The following notes and audio were taken from the weekly Bento User Group meeting, held on Thursday, September 29th at 13:00 SLT at the the Hippotropolis Campfire Circle. and chaired by Vir Linden. For details on the meeting agenda, please refer to the Bento User Group wiki page.

Note that this update is not intended to offer a full transcript of the meeting, nor does it present the discussion points in chronological order. Rather, it represents the core points of discussion, grouped together by subject matter were relevant / possible, whilst maintaining the overall context of the meeting.

RC Viewer and Scale Locking

The next release of the Bento RC viewer should be appearing soon. When it does, it will have a couple of updates:

Slider Scale Locking

At the last meeting, Vir requested feedback on the proposed ability to effectively make…

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Poetry issues

What the Huck?

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I’ve had a number of poems accepted by SL publications over the last few months, with ‘City Boy‘ the latest of these and appearing in the current issue of Rez magazine. This, the October edition, is dedicated to Serene Bechir, a longstanding member of the Second Life poetry community who passed away in RL a few weeks ago. I didn’t know Serene as well as I wish now that I did, and it’s a sad irony that I last spoke to her a couple of days after our meeting up at the SL memorial for Stosh Quartz (who is honoured in the June issue). It was only a brief conversation, and Serene ended it sayng, “i need to jet . but i saw you online and thought .. dont let that time slip away dummy . . say hello!” I’m glad she did.

city-boy-rez

City Boy is…

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