Linden Lab updates about Second Life future & latest news on Sansar


On 13th February Linden Lab a blog post about an update to Second Life which is rather interesting to read through. Apparently Linden Lab have made some personnel and operational changes recently. A few employees have officially left the lab but the good news is that the team has strengthened more.

Linden Lab is continuing to invest heavily in Second Life going forward with many exciting developments happening pretty soon including new Linden Home themes, a new mobile companion app, the launch of last names which will be available in the next few weeks. There will be more new features, improved performance and usability updates soon.

The full blog post reads this…

There’ve been quite a few rumors about changes at the Lab and their possible effects on Second Life and Tilia. The truth is that we have made a few operational and personnel changes to ensure that we continue to stay strong for the next decade and beyond. This means that we had to say goodbye to a few employees, but at the same time we also strengthened our team by bringing back some heavy hitters who will help make Second Life better than ever.

So, Second Life is still here and still strong. We’re continuing to invest in its future and you’ll see the results of our commitment this year as we roll out a new mobile companion app, new Linden Home themes, performance and usability improvements, and a number of other new features and enhancements. The ability to change names will be available in the next few weeks, too.

These changes reflect our commitment to making SL strong for many years to come. To infinity and beyond!

Sansar Update – (13th Feb) 

Ebbe Altberg posted a update on the official Sansar Discord channel saying that there have been layoffs. Ebbe confirmed that Sansar is up and running. The future is unclear at the moment.

The lab are still in discussion about the next steps for Sansar. The problem is there will be many that will be speculating about these latest changes. Just have to wait and see now what will happen in the days and weeks ahead.

So, I’m only going to say this tonight as it’s late. We can pick up the conversation in the following days. Yes, there were layoffs today. A truly wonderful group of people. But as you can see Sansar is up and running. We are still in discussion about next steps. Including with the wonderful group of people. More to come. Don’t give up yet. Go create and have fun. Not much point in speculating until we can tell you more.

More updates soon.

Last Names Update – Still No ETA On Roll Out


There is still no confirmation on when Last Names will be rolled out.

It will apparently roll out when the remaining blockers are fixed. Progress is being made. I would imagine the lab will probably announce it on the official Second Life blog within the next month or so.

There were 2, 300 entrants & to up 6, 900 names to sort through. Winners will be announced very soon is what I’m hearing.

I will blog more when updates become available. Stay tuned.

First preview of the Ebbe Linden Bear


First ever Ebbe Linden Bear now available

There are vendors dotted around the 2019 SL Christmas Expo regions where you can now buy the first ever Ebbe Linden Bear for a one off L$250 donation which goes to the American Cancer Society. Wooot!!! 🙂

Ebbe Altberg joined Linden Lab as CEO back in early February 2014 and for years there has been a demand from the SL community for Ebbe to create his own Linden Bear. It’s great that he now has a Linden Bear for everyone to collect now.

Vendor Stats as of 2.24am SLT on 6th December 2019

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First preview of the 4th Linden Home Theme at the Linden Reveal region


Around 6am SLT today the 2019 SL Christmas Expo opened it’s doors to the public. Shortly afterwards the Linden Reveal region opened up to everyone showcasing the new 4th Linden Home theme which is Victorian. From first glance the new area looks beautiful and I think the Moles have done a great job.

Check this out!

Teleport and discover the new 4th Linden Homes theme now