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Congrats to the Winter There Games Winning Teams!

What an amazing Winter There Games season we’ve had over the past ten days! With almost 300 events and nearly 6,000 competitors, this has been one of the most action packed There Games. 100 more words

Virtual World

Headers and Avatars

I keep getting asked about the digital art on my pages, so here’s a quick blog just to tell people a little about it. I create my own art for my own pages using a variety of digital programs including Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro. 243 more words

Short Story

Fire Exercise From Lord Maitreya

Your heart is intended to rule your head, your soul, your consciousness, your life, and the flow of energy which defines your identity in God. If you are to succeed on the path of initiation, the fires of your heart must be tended, intensified, and expanded. 890 more words


The Eyes Have It

Seen the lady
Seen the lake
Seen the mirror crack and break
Held her close at night
What a perfect fit
Till I saw her eyes… 453 more words

Avatar Bizarre

Render weight basics for Second Life

The opinionated post I made about render weight two weeks ago continues to get a stream of traffic, almost entirely from search engines. It seems that Second Life residents are very curious about this topic and I’ve heard from both newbies and old-timers who don’t understand it at all.  1,391 more words

Second Life


As most of you know, the 2015 TWG (There Winter Games) is on, and one of the most anticipated events is Francis7’s “Death Race 3000″. So, without further ado….

There Virtual World reblogged this on therevirtualworld and commented:

Check out Francis_7's highly anticipated Death Race 3000 event at the 2015 Winter There Games!

Tom Boellstorff

Coming of Age in Second Life: An Anthropologist Explores the Virtually Human, 2010
Winner of the 2009 Dorothy Lee Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Ecology of Culture, Media Ecology Association Honorable Mention for the 2008 PROSE Award in Media and Cultural Studies, Association of American Publishers… 45 more words