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To quote someone we all love : "Friendly Greetings!!". If you would like to find out some basic Second Life stuff about me, you can - inworld - '''Search > People''', type in my name, and look up what it says in my Profile :-)))
 
To quote someone we all love : "Friendly Greetings!!". If you would like to find out some basic Second Life stuff about me, you can - inworld - '''Search > People''', type in my name, and look up what it says in my Profile :-)))
  
I joined Second Life in May 2007 and what a time I've had since then! From blundering around as a blue-haired, freckled, newbie (''sigh, I miss my freckles, I wish my otherwise gorgeous Gala Phoenix skin had some''), I have met many many wonderful people (and a few not so wonderful - it happens), made many many great friends, danced the evening away at various clubs ("Hi!" to friends at '''The Vortex''', '''Blackhearts''' 80s disco, the '''Binary Star Cantina''', The '''Crown & Pearl'''; to DJs '''Bart Kovacs''', '''Leanne Karas''', '''DanielJames Baroque''', '''Kimber Enoch''', '''Mark Attenborough'''), entered some competitions, won some, lost some, known romance, explored, walked, run, sailed, flown, dived from a hot air balloon, chatted my tongue off, had countless heart-to-hearts in IM, modelled, meditated in a pool with fishes, practised Tai Chi, climbed mountains and tabogganed down again, gone into "outer space", built a little (a VERY little), scripted NEVER, taught a bit, mentored a lot, joined various charity events and fundraisers, joined a Writers Circle, written for Second Life publication,  taken part in in-depth surveys for academic research, gone to church ... and hell!, and I suspect there is so much more I have yet to do.
 
  
Though you would have to go a long way to beat an early Second Life experience : windsurfing by moonlight off a gay beach, wearing a ballroom gown ...
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I joined Second Life in May 2007 and what a time I've had since then! From blundering around as a blue-haired, freckled, newbie
  
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[[Image:Wiki_me1.jpg]]
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(''sigh, I miss my freckles''),
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'''''I have'''''
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* met many many wonderful people (and a few not so wonderful - it happens)
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* made many many great friends, danced the evening away at various clubs ("Hi!" to friends at '''The Vortex''', '''Blackhearts''' 80s disco, the '''Binary Star Cantina''', The '''Crown & Pearl'''; to DJs '''Dante Achterbarn''', '''Bart Kovacs''', '''Leanne Karas''', '''DanielJames Baroque''', '''Kimber Enoch''', '''Mark Attenborough''')
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* entered some competitions, won some, lost some
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* known romance
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* explored
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* walked, run, danced, sailed, flown
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* dived from a hot air balloon
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* chatted my tongue off
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* had countless heart-to-hearts in IM
 +
* modelled
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* meditated in a pool with fishes
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* practised Tai Chi
 +
* climbed mountains and tabogganed down again
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* taken part in human rights' protests
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* gone into "outer space"
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* built a little (scripted NEVER)
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* taught, mentored, helped newbies and others
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* joined various charity events and fundraisers
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* been a greeter at Second Life Birthdays and Education Faires
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* joined a Writers Circle
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* written for a Second Life publication 
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* attended meetings
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* designed tutorials
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* co-owned and run a group ('''The Mentor Lounge''')
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* been to the fair
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* taken part in in-depth surveys for academic research
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* gone to church ... and to hell!
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* photographed weddings
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* been to the cinema
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* been in a Second Life video
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and there is so much more I have yet to do...
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(an early Second Life experience that stands out : windsurfing by moonlight off a gay beach, wearing a ballroom gown ...)
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In the mythical, rumoured, so-called "Real Life", I am disabled with multiple sclerosis, which sadly is getting worse by the month with it seems nothing I can do to stop it. But I don't want to labour on about RL, we all have our crosses to bear and there are people here worse off than me.
 
In the mythical, rumoured, so-called "Real Life", I am disabled with multiple sclerosis, which sadly is getting worse by the month with it seems nothing I can do to stop it. But I don't want to labour on about RL, we all have our crosses to bear and there are people here worse off than me.
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* I understand the basics of Photoshop (please don't ask me about Blending Modes!)
 
* I understand the basics of Photoshop (please don't ask me about Blending Modes!)
 
* I use Apple Mac, so I can talk about that to people who need to know more
 
* I use Apple Mac, so I can talk about that to people who need to know more
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* I can edit items reasonably well (hair is a specialty), though I'm pretty new to actual building / creating
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* I often make people laugh! (enough said ... let's hope they are laughing WITH me lol)

Latest revision as of 13:10, 25 January 2009

Tid Kidd wiki1.jpg

(an earlier "me" wearing Waldorf Bing, Alaska Metropolitan, and myself...)

Hi

To quote someone we all love : "Friendly Greetings!!". If you would like to find out some basic Second Life stuff about me, you can - inworld - Search > People, type in my name, and look up what it says in my Profile :-)))


I joined Second Life in May 2007 and what a time I've had since then! From blundering around as a blue-haired, freckled, newbie

Wiki me1.jpg (sigh, I miss my freckles),


I have

  • met many many wonderful people (and a few not so wonderful - it happens)
  • made many many great friends, danced the evening away at various clubs ("Hi!" to friends at The Vortex, Blackhearts 80s disco, the Binary Star Cantina, The Crown & Pearl; to DJs Dante Achterbarn, Bart Kovacs, Leanne Karas, DanielJames Baroque, Kimber Enoch, Mark Attenborough)
  • entered some competitions, won some, lost some
  • known romance
  • explored
  • walked, run, danced, sailed, flown
  • dived from a hot air balloon
  • chatted my tongue off
  • had countless heart-to-hearts in IM
  • modelled
  • meditated in a pool with fishes
  • practised Tai Chi
  • climbed mountains and tabogganed down again
  • taken part in human rights' protests
  • gone into "outer space"
  • built a little (scripted NEVER)
  • taught, mentored, helped newbies and others
  • joined various charity events and fundraisers
  • been a greeter at Second Life Birthdays and Education Faires
  • joined a Writers Circle
  • written for a Second Life publication
  • attended meetings
  • designed tutorials
  • co-owned and run a group (The Mentor Lounge)
  • been to the fair
  • taken part in in-depth surveys for academic research
  • gone to church ... and to hell!
  • photographed weddings
  • been to the cinema
  • been in a Second Life video

and there is so much more I have yet to do...

(an early Second Life experience that stands out : windsurfing by moonlight off a gay beach, wearing a ballroom gown ...)

Wiki me2.jpg

In the mythical, rumoured, so-called "Real Life", I am disabled with multiple sclerosis, which sadly is getting worse by the month with it seems nothing I can do to stop it. But I don't want to labour on about RL, we all have our crosses to bear and there are people here worse off than me.

As to my skills, I have a few things I can offer :

  • I can speak French (not too brilliantly or fluently, but enough to make myself understood and get by)
  • I can take classes in Second Life
  • I know enough about the wiki to be of help to newcomers to it, though there are many more who, unlike me, are experts
  • I am a reasonably competent writer
  • I understand the basics of Photoshop (please don't ask me about Blending Modes!)
  • I use Apple Mac, so I can talk about that to people who need to know more
  • I can edit items reasonably well (hair is a specialty), though I'm pretty new to actual building / creating
  • I often make people laugh! (enough said ... let's hope they are laughing WITH me lol)