Lab speaks out on US Administration’s Immigration Policy

Gotta ❤️ Linden Labs and Inara Pey! original statement on ..

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

LL logoOn Thursday, February 2nd, Linden Lab became the latest tech company to speak out against the recent immigration Executive Order signed by US President, Donald Trump.

Politics is a contentious issue, and one I’ve preferred to keep out of this blog. However, there is no doubt that the move by the new US Administration has caused great concern in both the United States and around the world. More to the point, Second Life is also a global entity which has  – through the Community Standards – always sought to make a stand against intolerance on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, or sexual orientation. As such, the Lab’s statement is wholly in keeping with this standing.

The statement reads in full:

We at Linden Lab are extremely disappointed in and adamantly opposed to Trump’s recent executive order on immigration. We reject racism, intolerance, and xenophobia.

We are proud to…

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Missing you

do dandelion wishes really come true?

Missing you everyday Lady!

May the energies in the universe swirl into you with love and healthy energy bringing you what you need to heal.
Holding you in my thoughts and heart.

Saltwater -Julian Lennon

Some people get under your skin and become your forever friend some how knowing you almost as well as you do. Dreaming a similar tune and connecting on a wave that flows through time and space.

best friends

Very happy you are home and getting better!

Love you


Photos by Daallee


Future Shock: sci-fi machinima in Second Life

Wow this is intriguing !

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Future Shock: sci-fi machinima Future Shock: sci-fi machinima

Future Shock is an ambitious and intriguing new Second Life Machinima series produced by Pryda Parx, the first episode of which was released on You Tube on September 16th, 2016.

Future Shock is set in a dark future world where technology is designed to keep everyone safe and secure. At least that’s the way it is meant to be,” Pryda told me as we discussed the concept and the evolving series. “A place where technology dominates and where real life and virtual worlds intertwine.”

Unfolding over nine episodes, the story is told in something of a non-linear manner. Individual segments run to around 4 minutes each, unfolding part of the story, but as Pryda notes, “to get the most out of the audience will need to pause, rewind and revisit previous episodes; there are a lot of subtle connections between episodes which will not be…

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Literary Second Life

Mistero Hifang’s work at Holly Kai photo by owl

Today  April 3rd at 3pm slt Holly Kai Park will be hosting quite a wonderful event:

Stories at the Park

a new series created in collaboration with Seanchai Library.

“Stories at the Park, presented live in Voice by Seanchai Library will coincide with the Art at the Park exhibitions at Holly Kai Park. Each month, members of Seanchai Library will select pieces of art by the artists participating in the current Art in the Park exhibition, and write either a 100-word work of fiction (referred to as a “drabble”) or a 100-word poem about each piece, which will be read live in Voice during Stories at the Park.”

“The first Stories at the Park session will take place on Sunday, April 3rd, from 3:00pm SLT at the stone gazebo located in the heart of Holly Kai Park’s hilltop art display area, and will feature stories and poems by Caledonia Skytower and Kayden Oconnell from Seanchai Library, based on pieces by our current Visiting Artists  Io Bechir, Goodcross, Hana Hoo, Mistero Hifeng and Sisse Singh.”

Holly Kai Park is a beautiful location with many Artists featured monthly.

I first visited Holly kai at their opening  in December 2015.

I love seeing the new art and getting exposed to new artists through their features.

The merging of poetry and storytelling with pieces of art is brilliant and I can’t wait to hear and see how this collaboration comes out.

There is a beautiful poem by  Kayden Oconnell with Hana Hoo‘s work in Inara Pey’s Blog Living In a Modemworld.

This series beginning at Holly Kai is quite inspirational and exciting.

I hope to find time to go listen today!

Go here to Listen to Stories at the park!

Piano at Holly Kai photo by owl