12 hours ago
Monday, June 27, 2011
Well, the SL8B (Second Life Eighth Birthday) is officially over. The final events were last night, Sunday June 26. The good news, the exhibits will stay up until July 2, so those whom couldn't be at the event much or at all due to other commitments or the lag from the traffic have a few days to enjoy the sights. And there are plenty of them.
I heard a couple people whom would have nothing to do with the event, "I have no interest in seeing the Lindens pat themselves on the back." But most I talked to were at least somewhat interested. More than a few thought the show wasn't really about the Lindens, but those residents whom took the time to make SL what it is.
We at SL Newser still have a few more SL8B stories to tell over the next few days. If you the readers have a story of your own you'd like to tell, by all means let us know (send to firstname.lastname@example.org), and we'll publish it.
If you want to see more pictures, like Wildster Beaumont's sunset screenshot up above, check out the SL8B Flickr.
And so ends one of Second Life's major events. Stay tuned next month for the Relay for Life walk.