Check out my top 10 list for New Resident Places 2012 in Second Life. If you are new to Second Life then I highly suggest you visit the newbie destinations below (blue link slurls). These cool new resident places offer useful orientations, tutorials and even volunteers that will be able to help you out start your journey through the SL metaverse.
Spring morning at NCI in Second Life!
NCI Kuula – New Citizens Incorporated – New Player, New Resident, Newbie, Noob, Beginner, Help, Basics, Information, Info, Questions, Freebies, Free Stuff, Clothing, Sandbox, Hangout, Newsstand, Ginny Gremlin Park, Mall, Events, Tutorials, Classes, Class, Education.
the Shelter, Isabel – A Haven for those new and old! While here we ask you follow our rules of no nudity, heavy swearing, or advertising. Please type ‘rules’ for a notecard on arrival with more specific information.
Caledon Oxbridge University Community Gateway – Help. Lessons. Tutorials. Assistance. Helpers. New. Support. People Helping People. Free Clothes. Building Area. Mentors. Guide. Guides. New Residents. Learning. Learn. Fun. Activities. The Independent State of Caledon Community Gateway.
Ivory Tower Library of Primitives – A Self-Guided, Self-Paced, Comprehensive Building Tutorial. Library Contacts: Lumiere Noir & Avi Arrow Ask for Help: Avi Arrow, marcov Carter, Mouse Mimistrobell, Lumiere Noir, or Lost Prim.
Helping Haven – A friendly place to come and receive help for your Second Life. We offer a team of voluntary helpers to assist you. Newcomer friendly, freebies, landmarks.
College of Scripting – Scripting Tutorials to program in Linden Language. Feel free to come learn how to Script from over 900 Lessons on 10 floors. Newbie Orientation and learn to Build from our Building Tutorials. Basics of Music,Physics, Logic, Particles, Boolean Algrebra.
Builder’s Brewery – Sandbox & Terraforming Practice. Learn to build free classes. Supplies for Textures, Scripts, Sculpts, glass, tutorials, lighting and more inside if you need them. Items returned AFTER you leave.
White Tiger Help Island – A commerce help & learning international community. Free shopping at the Medieval Village. Fantasy Learning Garden. Help. Helping. Gifts. Tutorials. Lessons. Classes. Art. Dancing. Land managers Eoleon Elcano, Treacle Darlandes, Zanyrob Merryman.
Virtual Ability – Home of the Virtual Ability, Inc. orientation, training and information facilities for people with disabilities and chronic illness.
Help Island Public – Help Island Public (HIP) is where Residents can learn anything they want to know about Second Life. There are building and scripting tutorials and information kiosks.
Watch this brilliant Loverush UK video filmed in Second Life featuring a massive club classic “Twilight” by Kirsty. Twilight was filmed live in Second Life on Loverush’s Global Island. This neat video was filmed on Kirstens S22 Viewer with Fraps software to film.
It’s always great to see great talent in Second Life and SL videos uploaded on YouTube.
The film lasts for 4 minutes & 7 seconds. Enjoy watching! 🙂
Music – TWILIGHT (Loverush UK! Radio Edit) By Kirsty
Twilight was filmed during actual live performances in 3D virtual world,
Second Life on Loverush’s Global Island.
Filmed on Kirstens S22 Viewer
Video – Twilight (Loverush UK! Edit) by Kirsty – A LoverushUK! production.
The full remix package of “Twilight” with mixes by Armin Van Buuren, Full Intention, Loverush UK & Igor Blaska will be released on February 27th on KB Recordings. Keep checking Kirsty’s site for further details… xK http://www.kirstymusic.com
Good news during the past 24 hours is that Spaceport Alpha & Spaceport Bravo sims are back online on the grid after weeks of being offline. Both sims have content like before and nothing has changed in terms of builds. Apparently there is still work to be done as for the conditions of the sims and more details will be released soon by Katherine Prawl. I’m glad to see the regions return this week and i’m sure with SL community support/long term donors the sims will remain for years to come.
THE ISM IS BACK!!! Thanks to Wagner, and the community response in the blogosphere, and the rational reaction of a higher-up Linden, the museum is back on previous terms. We don’t need to buy new islands, the tier remains the same, and now the work begins. We need to normalize the IP issues with our builders, and we need to arrange reliable funding for the future. That crowdfunding idea Wagner mentioned early on is one option, and even beyond a one-time event, we’ll be talking to long-term donors.
Thanks, everyone, for your support! Watch our blog for announcements of a “Grand RE-Opening” party soon!