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{{Help/nl|Community=*}}Pages focused on the rich traditions, customs, mores, etc. of Second Life. These are largely subjective, yet we wouldn't ''be'' without them.
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{{Help/nl|Parent=Category:Culture|Community=*}}Pages focused on the rich traditions, customs, mores, etc. of Second Life. These are largely subjective, yet we wouldn't ''be'' without them.
  
 
SL is a virtual world, but like any established, real-world country, its Residents have created a unique culture. On some social networking sites like Plurk, we're even [http://getsatisfaction.com/plurk/topics/avatars_want_to_find_one_another_too recognized as as a country].
 
SL is a virtual world, but like any established, real-world country, its Residents have created a unique culture. On some social networking sites like Plurk, we're even [http://getsatisfaction.com/plurk/topics/avatars_want_to_find_one_another_too recognized as as a country].

Revision as of 13:40, 27 October 2009

Pages focused on the rich traditions, customs, mores, etc. of Second Life. These are largely subjective, yet we wouldn't be without them.

SL is a virtual world, but like any established, real-world country, its Residents have created a unique culture. On some social networking sites like Plurk, we're even recognized as as a country.

By extension, Linden Lab's company culture is special.

Articles with origin stories and "how things came to be" are also welcome.

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