Part of the new SSP continent has come online along with new region names. It’s believed the next batch of regions will show very soon.
SSP Latest Developments – March 2019 Update
The top of the Jeogeot continent now has a whole bunch of new water regions which is believed to be the new bridge which will connect up with the new SSP continent very soon. This is the most likely location of the new continent will be placed. At the moment the SSP continent lays far north east of the map. It’s closed still as work continues behind the scenes.
24 regions straight down/up x 16 regions across = 384 total SSP regions
Here is the bottom of the Sansara continent where it is most likely it will connect up with the SSP continent going down south. The group that owns these regions is the Linden Department of Public Works (LDPW).
The water regions stop at Salt Breeze & Whitecap regions which is marked in the red circle below. If you click the map below you should be able to see the rough outlines of the water regions.
It’s believed the new SSP continent will fit roughly in the empty space right of the red circle below.
The current location of the new SSP continent. The yellow dot is where the new continent will be moved to very soon it’s believed.
On 13th March Seth Regan announced on Facebook that the social network called Second Friends will be closing down.
The social network started a few years ago by Seth. Over recent months it’s become an expense and time issue apparently. Around 4, 000 members joined and now they will need to find another social network to join. .
Google+ will be closing down in a few weeks time on Tuesday 2nd April 2019. For anyone that it is interested there is still time to save your Google+ content before 31st March 2019.
Today the Google+ team sent out this email to all those that still have content on their Google+ personal account. It’s a shame it’s closing down because the Second Life community had a strong presence there and it was a great way to find out the latest news across the virtual metaverse.
You’ve received this email because you have content in Google+ for your personal (consumer) account or a Google+ page that you manage.
This is a reminder that on 2 April 2019, we’re shutting down consumer Google+ and will begin deleting content from consumer Google+ accounts. Photos and videos from Google+ in your album archive and on your Google+ pages will also be deleted.
Downloading your Google+ content may take time, so get started before 31 March 2019.
No other Google products (such as Gmail, Google Photos, Google Drive or YouTube) will be shut down as part of the consumer Google+ shutdown, and the Google Account that you use to sign in to these services will remain. Please note that photos and videos already backed up in Google Photos will not be deleted.
For more information, see the full Google+ shutdown FAQs.
From all of us on the Google+ team, thank you for making Google+ such a special place.