Decorating in Navora
I made some things to make my house less bare. This is the middle part. The shop is the lower part, and I see Mark has been working to add scripts to my clothes, which makes them more valuable as they function then as part of the game. I hope he hasn't been overdoing it as he has a RSI. I'm relieved that I don't need to decide on the prices -- the game builders will do that. We have a working bee on Friday, then Saturday is the start of open beta.
Os and a cat in the top of the house, where I put a hammock, bench, pegs with a hanging cloak, a basket, and a walnut table I made from one prim that startled me into liking it. It doesn't fit with the theme but it's one prim! I should go there and take a ss.
Went to Gravity last night with Enj, and ran into someone I know from There, who was checking out the space station. He accidentally dragged his whole avatar folder onto himself which made him wind up as a zebra with 300 attached things like weapons. The world of There is a globe with an outer space, so Gault's space station in There is very high up. You fall for ages when you hoverboard/jump/buggy off. Boats go down faster, but it still takes a while. Second Life is flat, so this awesome Gravity space station is hanging in a black box in SimQuest. The distinction to those two states is not going to register as more than a "So?" to anyone who isn't in There or Second Life.
Got quoted by Hamlet in his blog, which is not the first time but it's the first time I've made any sense. Hamlet is a very nice man. And Olmy is a very nice man. The AIDS quilt project is growing even now, and next year will be huge. I told him he'd better start working out.
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