Amiko*amikino. Meet, chat, and make new friends. Satin dress. Language English (US) 日本語 (JP) Deutsch (DE) Français (FR) Português (BR) Home | Help What is Second Life? Join Now. Sign in Cart (0) Items Merchants/Stores Search this store Help General maturity level: Apparel » Women's » Women's Dresses » Casual Dresses *LH*::::: satin dress :::::( light blue ) Zoom Details Features Reviews (0) Details Description Coming Soon See item in Second Life ® Features Reviews (XX) Write a review! 0 stars Reviews (0) Adding to cart as gift Cancel. "Ella" Wedding Gown/Bridal Gown/Cinderella Princess Fantasy/Fairytale Wedding tagFantasy. FFrom: House of DASHWOOD: "Ella" Wedding Gown--> Exquisite Detailed Gown with intricately detailed bodice including ruching, beading, embroidery.
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The jacket is open wide on the chest exposing a fabulous silk brocade vest worn with a white shirt. A silk cravat is wrapped many times around the neck and tied off at the front, with stand-up collar tabs peeking out the top. The suit pants are a contrasting tweed, with double-button closure at the front. The pants include prim flares, that give the suit a beautifully finished look. (Shown with Nexus Low-Top Boots, sold separately.) • Jacket • Sculpted jacket collar • Cuffs • Flexi-coattails • Vest with shirt • Shirt cravat collar • Pants • Socks This item comes with copy + modify permissions, which enable you to create your own outfit combinations, and customize the fit on your avatar if you choose. LMC Winter Gown - Ice - Aida (Original Broadway Cast Recording) by Various Artists - Download Aida (Original Broadway Cast Recording) The Educators Are the Losers of Second Life.
Deserted Lancaster University where the autoreturn is turned off unwittingly becomes a sales outlet for girls competing in the SL market and looking for any opportunity to leave out their vendors in the hopes someone will click and buy.
I've been meaning to write this post since SLCC. There were many positive things I had to say about this year's very well-managed and thought-provoking session, and some negative things, but I have to say, the educators turned out to be *worse than I knew*. A more selfish, pig-headed, narrow-minded and sectarian bunch I have not seen in a long time, and it really woke me up to a much larger problem we face, which is the role of these kinds of people in our schools, influencing our kids. An enduring memory of SL was the educators, and of course, the educational consultants in their midst, sitting in a little clique claque in the ballroom where Life 2.0 was shown. Why don't I cry if an educational sim closes in SL because it "has no money"?
Virtual Worlds, Avatars, free 3D chat, online meetings - Second Life Official Site. Is a virtual 'second life' for real, ask religious communicators. Is an online alternate life for real, and how does it relate to the life of faith?
Christian and other faith communicators plan to discuss the latest web phenomenon at a major gathering in Chicago next year. The hot interactive media topic will be tackled by David Louder, a Lutheran (ELCA) Campus Pastor at Western Michigan University, at the Religion Communication Congress scheduled for 7-10 April 2010. Focusing on the virtual world of Second Life (SL), the presentation and workshop will offer examples of ways in which faith communities are employing SL to share, develop and communicate religious commitment. Participants will consider additional possibilities for using SL as a platform in service to faith communities. The pros and cons of virtual worlds as they may impact upon spiritual development will be explored, concentrating on the relationship between virtuality and reality. Registration for the 2010 gathering in Chicago is now open.