++New Round of D.I.D.I. Workshops now open!++


Not yet involved in the D.I.D.I. Inititative? The D.I.D.I. Initiative supports young people to launch their own sustainable ventures either within or outside of Teen Second Life that
create lasting benefit to their communities. D.I.D.I. provides seed funding (up to $1000
US) and the support you need to launch your own social entrepreneurial project on issues that matter to you. New workshops are coming up and open to the public, come and see *what* it’s all about:

Wednesday, March 12th
• 12:00PM – 2:00 PM PST
• 4:00PM – 6:00 PM PST
 

Thursday, March 13th
• 2:00PM – 4:00PM PST
Space is limited! IM Meghan Gkid to reserve your spot!
 
If you are a youth organizer or educator interested in involving your group of students in the D.I.D.I. Initiative, email amira@globalkids.org for more information in the D.I.D.I. Summer Camp and upcoming programs!

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How to create Gestures – Tutorial 5


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  1. Open your inventory and go to the Gestures folder.
  2. Right-click the gestures folder and select New Gesture.
  3. Right-click the new gesture, and rename it.
  4. Double-click the gesture. The Gesture edit box will open.
  5. Type a description of the gesture in the Description field.
  6. Choose a Shortcut Key combo to trigger the gesture, or type a text trigger in the Trigger field. For example, /sit. Later you would trigger this gesture by typing /sit in the chat line.
  7. In the Steps field, there are three default steps. Select each one and click the Remove button.
  8. Under Library, click Animation and click the Add>> button.
  9. Select the animation you want to use from the Animation to Play dropdown menu.
  10. Repeat steps 8 and 9, if you want to add more animations to the gesture. You can also add text and sounds. You can use the Preview button to see how your animations string together.
  11. Click the Active checkbox, click Save and close the gesture window.

Test Your Knowledge of the United Nations!!


Stop by Eye4you Alliance in Teen Second Life to test your knowledge of the United Nations and win Lindens!!! This Saturday 12PM SLT at Trinity Castle there will be a trivia quiz game about the United Nations.  Win 50L, 100L or 200L per question depending on the difficulty level.  

We will also be talking about our upcoming contest!! For more information contact Evvie Loire, Freda Fraina,  Majenna Jewell or Jon Daikon.  See you there!!!

BREAKING NEWS! html on a prim! – update 1


Just In

Over on the official Linden Blog, news of the Second Life Release Candidate 1.19.1was released a few minutes ago. However there are no interactions, no flash and the like as yet (although interacting with web pages and shared browsing will be along sometime in the future), but it works try it out!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeskalinden/2315800820/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jokay/2315823670/

Its awsome, check the SL Blog for updates!

Parcel Media Changes in 1.19.1


Released by LL!

The new media on a parcel feature allows landowners to select and display a wide range of Web-based media content, including Web pages, movies, images, text documents and audio.

*Key things you should know about*

  • When you arrive on a parcel with media available, you will be presented with a media display, just as you are currently and decide whether you want to “play” the media or not. You will need to click the play button to load the Web page or other media.
  • Parcel owners who want to display media-on-a-parcel will generally not need to set the “type” of the media (“QuickTime movie,” “Web page,” etc.) it should automatically detect it.
  • While not a shared interactive experience, it does include an in-viewer web browser (which enables viewing of web content inworld, a popular request in our public JIRA, see: VWR-5004)
  • > For more info – click here

    > Visit the Knowledge Base for more information