|Enjoy a small repast in the tea house (SLurl). The region is filled with quite a few themed buildings, all marvelously crafted, to compliment the Asian-style Linden Homes near by. Each structure is a joy to explore.|
|Many sights to see (SLurl) and Free Textures! Like all the Linden Home Infohubs, you can grab a copy of the texture set the Moles used to create the themed areas so you can coordinate your builds with your house. There are also tons of free items, like flowers, masks, foods, and more, in the Shareta buildings. Windlight: [TOR] MIDDAY - Anime Ciel|
|Venerate the moles! Whimsey is everywhere, as usual, when you are dealing with the LDPW (SLurl).|
"Ah," CC replied sagely. "What should I do?"
"Turn on your computer, sir."
"Its already on."
"What applications do you have running, sir?"
"Safari," CC replied, referring to the Apple-branded Web browser, "and a dictionary app and Second Life." "Very good sir, could you please close them for me," was the response. CC sat back and I kept snapping away and going from place to place with Zyx Resident logged into SL.
|Amazing, organic landscape, with all the flora and all the structures arranged in harmony (SLurl).|
Windlight: [TOR] SUNSET - Oriental Delight 2
CC was trying hard to not laugh and trying to shush me, because my laugh is sort of a short bark and I would have been heard over the speaker phone. But he managed to control himself. "Nothing, different, actually. The problem is, I don't have a Windows key. And if you weren't so sucky at computer technology or actually had data showing what computer I have you'd know I'm on an Apple computer."
|Stunning views everywhere you look (SLurl). The buildings are very functional, too. Most have seating for several people so if you wanted to have a group meeting somewhere unique, this would be a marvelous choice.|
Windlight: [TOR] SUNRISE - Barcelon 1
|I can't stop taking pictures (SLurl). You can grab a ride in a mole-motivated rickshaw near by. Windlight: Amsterdam|
|A fitting end to this photo essay (SLurl). Windlight: Burn|
Lesson Two: Beware of social engineering. It is easier to get someone to get your passwords from you than to guess it or break it. I can get away with amazing things because of my handicap because people just don't want to deal with me. Same with using my mother's wheelchair to get things done.
Lesson Three: Explore the Mainland. It is far more extraordinary than you would think and it is pretty risk-free.