QUESTION #1: I am blogger too and I like to know how you find sim locations to take your pictures. I can never find such pretty areas as you do.
Love Says: Thank you for your question. I love taking inworld shots and visiting new locations, and I find that the best place for me to find good photo locations is to look on The Second Life Destination Guide. I also make a note of sims that are pretty that I stumble upon throughout my shopping journeys.
Pru Says: Honestly, I am really bad about finding places! lol Sometimes I set up scenery myself. Once in a while I stumble across cool places and take a picture. I’m actually really interested in what the others have to say!
QUESTION #2: I was wondering if there happen to be any followers that are Toddledoos or have kids that are toddledoos, and can offer some of your favorite places for someone kinda new to the kid scene.
Love Says: I apoligize that we didn’t have any bloggers step up with an answer for this question, however I am going to post your question up here, so that our readers are able to weigh in with their answers via comment. I hope someone can help!
QUESTION #3: I have heard many residents call SL a game. Do you consider it a game, and if so – what are the goals? I am curious because I enjoy SL but I think it is more an outlet for chat than a game.
Love Says: Second Life classifies it as a “3D Virtual Community” on their website, although I suppose Second Life is different for everyone. All residents come for their own personal reasons and it is up to them whether they choose to make it a game or not. I personally feel it is more of an “alternate world” than a game. In “my” world, the goal is an escape, relaxation, creation, and socialization. If this is a game, I am miserably failing because the only numbers I see for XP are lindens and mine only ever disappear lmao.
Pru Says: My personal experience is that I also considered it a game, a strange social game. I am really not sure what I thought the goals were. Maybe just character development, or learning and exploring. I was still learning and figuring things out. However, that was before I got really involved in it. Now I see it like you said as more of a social and creative outlet.
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