Mass grid-jumping is the triumph of hope over experience, the before and after photos prove it.
Examine the evidence.
|Returning from a mass crash, we regroup on Lost World|
All of these goodies run from Joe's home computer, so it's not all on all the time, you should consult him about availability. And upcoming is a new Mermaid's Cove world. My favorite bit was this monster, lurking in the depths. And the free mermaid tail.
Anyway, since racing was impracticable for most of us, we went to look at the dinosaurs. Some for us a little closer than others. We were delighted to have a large French contingency with us, and it was cool to hear them chatting away incomprehensibly in Voice.
|Flossing the t-rex with Aime Socrates|
Roxy works hard to bring more and more SL musicians into open sim; whether they will graduate from the commercial grids to the real thing or not I guess will be a question of taste and personality; certainly without the hard work of concert organizers, the metaverse would be a poorer place, artistically speaking. Playing music is fun. Planning concerts and babysitting newbie performers is a lot less fun, and involves a lot more talent and capability.
|Roxy putting the pieces together on Thyilea, Kitely|
After all those crashes, it was the perfect way to unwind.
And so to bed.
|Wizzina, Miso, Wiz and I lose our minds among the mushrooms and cobwebs on |
Wizard's Retreat. Or is that Wizards Repeat?