How to send photos to a flickr group – Tutorial 15


1. Firstly, You need to create a Yahoo Account which is free
2. Now you need to make sure your Yahoo account is active
3. Then go to Flickr Website then log in
5. Yay, its just created your Flickr Account
6. Explore around Flickr, check out the FAQ page
7. Log into Second Life while keeping your flickr window open or minimized

Next steps to take!

8. Click on Snapshot Tab located bottom of your Second Life window – User Interface

9. Now Save to Disk

10. Open Flickr, click on “You” dropdown box located next to it

11. Scroll down to “Upload Photos and Videos”

12. Locate the images you want to upload then press “Upload”

13. Once uploaded open the image up then go where it says ” Send to Group”

14. Job done, it might have to be approved by a admin before it appears in that group.



Info about Skinning

Skinning refers broadly to the ability to customize the user interface. The Skinning project is part of the User Interface Roadmap and specifically describes a path to make the Second Life user interface entirely data driven and customizable by Linden Lab, 3rd party developers, and individuals, without requiring changes to the primary application source code, and maintainable across updates. Learn more below!

Windows 7 – After Windows Vista ^_^

The next client version of Windows was originally codenamed “Blackcomb,” though the company renamed it to “Windows Vienna” in early 2006 and to “Windows Seven” or “Windows 7” more recently.

Windows Vista was a major release, and Windows 7 will be also be a major update. Microsoft is currently on a development path where every other Windows version is a major release, so it’s possible we’ll see a minor OS update between Vista and Windows 7.

Microsoft currently plans to ship Windows 7 in 2010, about four years after Vista. (Windows Server updates are on a similar cycle.)



New CEO of Linden Lab

M Linden will be starting at Linden Lab on May 15th 2008. Phillip Linden won’t be leaving LL but instead helping Mark out and keeping LL flowing.

M Linden has a background in art, economics, and business. He has been in successful and highly regarded leadership roles at two companies that are bigger than Linden Lab which is really good to hear.

For more info check out

I'm I on Earth, Its Earthday!

I found these top ten things you can do on Earthday, Earthday means the following: environment, nature, economy, peace, people, society, culture, education, entertainment, music, spirituality, lifestyle 🙂

Wondering how you can make a difference? Here are 10 things you can do to help the planet, whether it’s Earth Day or not.

1. Leave your car at home for a day (or a week or a month) and try walking or biking. If work is too far away to walk, take public transit or carpool. One city bus eliminates the emissions of 40 cars.

2. Turn off the lights, the computer and the television when they are not in use. Using only highly efficient and money-saving appliances can reduce the electricity consumption of an average household to one-10th of the national average.

3. Try eating meat-free at least one day a week. A meat-based diet requires seven times more land than a plant-based diet. Livestock production is responsible for more climate change gasses than all the motor vehicles in the world.

4. Choose foods produced organically, locally and in season. Support your regional farmers and farming industry: buying locally and in season is better for the environment than buying foods that have been shipped hundreds of kilometres to your local market.

5. Put a composter in your backyard or use your green bin to reduce household waste. Composting organics has two key benefits: it reduces the amount of waste going to landfills and when added to your garden, helps nourish soil and plants.

6. Turn off your car’s engine if stopped for more than 10 seconds. If every driver of a light-duty vehicle avoided idling by five minutes a day, collectively, we would save 1.8 million litres of fuel per day, almost 4500 tonnes of GHG emissions.

. Set your thermostat above room temperature in the summer and below room temperature in the winter. For each degree you adjust, you can save 5% on your utility bill and 1% on your energy use.

8. Replace incandescent light bulbs with compact fluorescent bulbs (CFLs). A CFL uses only 25% as much energy as an incandescent bulb and lasts 10 times longer.

9. The simple act of recycling has more impact on the environment than the average Canadian thinks. The amount of wood and paper North Americans throw away each year is enough to heat five million homes for 200 years.

10. This is a great opportunity to brag. Tell someone what you’re doing to make the world a better place. Support the cause. Encourage them to get involved too.

Really interesting stuff, don’t you think! make a difference people of the earth ^_^

Script Library – Tutorial 14

Are you a scripter and would like to learn new things about LSL? check the links below to a magical world of scripting in Second Life, hahaha!

“Come to this page to see complex examples that show how to combine parts of LSL.”

“Come to this page to see short examples of how to use parts of LSL.”

**Learn about LSL Fuctions – new stuff**

Wanna check out my previous tutorials that i’ve created myself > Click Here > Tutorials Page!