SL Shakespeare Company, Primtings, and sLiterary closing down


Sad news that the popular much loved Shakespeare Primtings sLiterary and Skin City sims will closing down on 29th October 2011 in Second Life. Ina Centaur wrote yesterday on the twelfthnight mshakespeare blog explaining the closure and past history of SL Shakespeare. This marks the end of an era. :(

The Shakespeare Primtings sLiterary and Skin City sims will go down on Oct 29 or thereabouts. The process in which sims are deactivated is not usually punctual – we aren’t sure exactly when the executioners would finally pull the plug, but when they do, it will be the end of our Second Life.

We thank you for having witnessed the short duration of this virtual miracle. Adieu.

RIP.
sLiterary, 2007-2011
Primtings, 2008-2011
The 4-Sim SL Globe Theatre and the SL Shakespeare Company – 2008 to 2011

Read the full blog post here.

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Posted on October 23, 2011, in Second Life, SL Breaking News, SL Closures, SL Community, SL News Alert and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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