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Archive for March, 2009
I’m not usually able to spend much time on hunts, but they can be a lot of fun, and for a change this one sounds like it will actually be rewarding for guys!Â And so I bring you the following Public Service Announcement.Â — Ryan
I thought you’d like to know about an exciting month-long hunt called “Spring Is In the Air.”Â Â It’s for lesser known designers to show off just what they can do; all are small businesses.Â Â Each store owner hides an Easter Egg somewhere in their storeÂ and with a starting point and clues, our hunters begin!Â Â There will be assistants in many areas to help out with any issues.Â Â The Hunt runs from April 1 – 30!Â We’ve all made a huge attempt to design things with men in mind because so many don’t always think of them.Â So far, over half of our designers have items that would be of interest to men! Read the rest of this entry »
Once upon a time, there was a boy.Â But this was no ordinary boy–he was a boy who, perhaps through mutation or other accident of biology,Â was also a cat.Â This was unusual enough, butÂ then one day he was bitten by a great wild dog.Â That’s when things really started to get interesting. Read the rest of this entry »
The Belleza group costs 250L to join now, but the archives currently have not one but two male skins. Miguel will be removed in four days, but Mathieu will be around for at least another week. More skins will be released in the next few weeks, so stick around for even more skins.
Who says experience doesn’t matter? Over two years of machinima experience definitely shone through as Hawks pulled ahead for a total of 34 votes over my 20. Luckily though, a crash course through machinima was not all in vain because I ended up needing some of those skills for RL work this week.
Next up I’m up against Raul Crimson, of A Crimson World. While Raul occasionally dabbles in machinima, he also is a photographer and builder. He doesn’t cover fashion persay on his blog, but he definitely has quite a bit of style. He’s managed to keep up the streak of accessory-based throwdowns, happening to select a book as the accessory to feature. So we’ve got 3000L to make our respctive tomes look good.
I have a terrible confession to make.Â Are you ready?Â Please don’t make me say this more than once, it’s bad enough as it is.Â Okay, here goes:Â Stuff gets lost in my inventory sometimes.
There, I said it.Â Wow, I feel about a thousand times better already!Â Confession really is good for the soul.
Does this ever happen to you?Â It’s not just me, right?Â Tell me it’s not.Â Maybe “lost” is too strong a word, though.Â It’s really more about organization, or rather lack thereof, and thereforeÂ the possibility or impossibility of actually finding things, and less about items somehow going *poof*.Â Unfortunately, what this sometimes means is that interesting things I’ve acquired but not yet featured here end up falling by the virtual wayside. Read the rest of this entry »
“Greetings, my name is Leonardis.
“I used to be a man…now I’m not sure what I am.Â They say I’m an angel, but aren’t angels meant to be holy?”
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Another one of those accessory-based throwdowns, this one is about umbrellas. The concept is an ancient one: if the sun is too hot or the rain is too wet, use something to block the undesirable element from affecting you directly.
So who chose this topic? That’d be HawksRock Gunawan. While he may not be a photographer or fashion blogger, the man does have a long resume. After finally killing off Are We Not Men?, Hawks teamed up with former mean girls JellyBean Madison and Rosie Shark to start The SL Revolution. He’s also a dj for Clockwork in Topgol and even more importantly for us, the man’s a machinimaniac. That’s right, cuz of Hawks this post has not one but two embedded videos featuring umbrellas for you to watch alongside the usual throwdown fare. Read the rest of this entry »
You never know what a billionaire might look like.Â Not all of them look like Rockefellers.Â Â It might be the guy sitting next to you on the bus (improbable), or the woman with the gaudy jewelry and the loud voice in the ladies’ room at the opera (more likely).Â Chances are it’s not the checker at the supermarket, although a recent lotto win is at least technically possible.Â But it certainly could be the guy sitting in front of you at the racetrack–you know, theÂ guy in the fedora, very casually dressed, sitting alone, doesn’t talk much,Â never even glances atÂ the racing form.Â The one who never cheers or has any reaction at all to the outcome of the races.Â The one who never seems to win or lose, just makes silent trips to the mutuel window every so often.Â The guy who pays zero attention to the cute blond jockey-etteÂ to his right (although that could be her choice of skin, which although pretty is a demo).Â He could definitely be a billionaire, or at least a millionaire, especially if it’s a weekday, when the gainfully employed are typicallyÂ at work, gainfully pursuing their employment.Â So, yeah, you never know what a billionaire might look like.Â I mean, look at Bill Gates.
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Gutterblood Spoonhammer has set up shop and is once again selling his fantastic boot designs.Â Drop by his beautifully eerie store and check things out!
After two years in Second Life (SL) I am only now realizing how much SL mimics Real Life (RL) — be it personalities, behaviours, creations, fashions and more (1).Â I dare say, without trying, my RL self has bled almost fully into my SL self.Â When I first entered SL I knew I wished to explore the Victorian gentleman aspect of myself.Â Being a clothes whore in RL, it was natural for me to insist on finding just the perfect outfits that I had envisioned towards my creation.Â Two years ago, the selection of Victorian clothing available was miniscule and in many cases, not exactly what I was looking for.Â I suffered my fashion crisis in silence, but remained vigilant in keeping a spectacled eye towards growing and new designers. Read the rest of this entry »