Seven years on, we remember.
The 10th issue of Prim Perfect, the online magazine devoted to second life, is now available inworld as well as on the prim perfect site.
My contribution this month, relatively modest, is an interview with a pair of SL designers.
The March issue of Prim Perfect is now out for your SL reading pleasure!
And now I can reveal that I have a substantial contribution to this month’s issue. Read the issue to find me talking about the historical background to this month’s featured sim, Al-Andalus. Discover my list of ten places to visit in the sim of Al-Andalus. And if that wasn’t enough, I even have an interview with one of the designers of the sim, who kindly walked me around, chatting about his interests and his design efforts.
And as a bonus, some of the pictures in this month’s issue came from the arranged screenshots of yours truly.
Along with the numerous other features and articles of Mel and her team, this month’s PP may be the best yet.
I know, I know, film at 11. Video on Youtube.
Speaking of Youtube…watch the video behind the cut.
The February issue of Prim Perfect Magazine is now available
and its especially near and dear to me.
Why? Well, those who have visited the PP blog know that I do blog there on my SL adventures. However, *this* month, the creatrix of the magazine asked me to submit an article, which, after some editing and polishing, is featured in the magazine. I take a look at Celestial Requiem, a sim devoted to my hometown…New York!
And in a completely different article, there is even a picture I took of me at a charity ball in Caledon, dancing with a clockwork princess.
I’ve mentioned in this space that I was a guest blogger for my friend Mel’s online magazine about Second Life, Prim Perfect.
Well…she has persuaded me to continue to post articles from my adventures in SL. And in keeping with that, interesting articles and the like from PP will be mentioned here.
For instance, the creatrix of Prim Perfect was recently interviewed by the Daily Telegraph.
It’s gratifying that my friends hard work is being recognized.
While my friend Mel is off in Sunny California, her blog, Prim Perfect, will *not* be going dark, oh no. She has hired two guest bloggers for the interim.
One of them is me.
The fact that I am a relative newcomer to SL is a feature, not a bug. Mel hired me for my writing skills and my fresh perspective, rather than depth of knowledge of Second Life. I have written a couple of entries already, revolving around a special memorial to 9/11 being unveiled today.
My username on SL and on the blog? I am sure it will be no surprise when I tell you that it is “Jvstin Tomorrow”