December 8, 2011

Second Life - creating your own notecard

Now, it's the time to sort out our Landmarks.

Since we have visited a lot of places in Second Life, there are a lot landmarks in our inventory. You might not be able to remember all the names of the island that you have visited. And you are going to have more landmarks as long as you continue with your adventure in SL. Look at our landmark folder, messy, right? You  don't even remember the theme of the island even though they are all your favorate places. Like you have to organize the bookmarking of your internet browser regularly in order to use them efficiently, it's nice to sort our those landmarks. Dr.Z's video tutorial will tell you how to do so.

I've created my own notecard. What about you?  Why don't we share our notecard with others? There may be someone who is interested in those places and it's very nice that we can find someone shares the same interests and hobbies. We are creating a chance to communicate with people who have something in common with us around the globe . Don't you feel excieted about that?

My notecard is about art and architecture. Have fun!  :-) ( Click to the name of places, then you will be linked to the places.)

It's a place full with QING MING Dynasty style architecture.

A Gallery of Unique Paintings.

(東海道画廊) Featuring original art depicting traditional and modern Japan. A cultural centre created by artist Steadman Kondor.

The most beautiful designed islands in Secondlife featuring a stunning replica of the Great Wall of China. Built originally to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire. The scenery is one of the best in Secondlife.

A beautiful place with an amazing castle and a pleasure ground.

Palo Verde National Park has a uniquely dichotomous character.  It’s simultaneously a spectacular wetlands and one of the best examples of tropical dry forests remaining anywhere in the world.

A land with some different style places.

A once great city where the prosperous residents were served by the miraculous mechanical automatons. The people have long since disappeared, but the automatons remained and still take care of the crumbling stone walls, abandoned halls and rusty fences.

Luxembourg City, the 1000 year old fortress that was called the 'Gibraltar of the north', with its battlements, bridges and valleys is an outright challenge for construction in Secondlife.

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