Sponsors for in-world Sim Street Journal #9:
W Real Estate: Premier real estate, Katya Dirval is a special sponsor for Sim Street Journal, having the first position and supporting the publication from the beginning. Her profile reveals the reasons for her company’s leadership status in Second Life®. Virtual real estate is the foundation for a SL lifestyle, mirroring the same function in real life, with the advantages of instant travel and perpetually sunny days. Anyone in need of land is wise to check first with W Real Estate. Also, enjoy Katya’s article in SSJ Pioneers, “Loving the Land.”
Main office: Weezles Real Estate (200, 131, 2008)
Shop: Weezles Real Estate (186, 128, 2008)
Ty Lome’s article on Snug Harbor inspires any virtual manager or developer. A visit to his properties on the Blake Sea demonstrates the best of SL lifestyle! Discover a comprehensive community of shops, venue, homes, docks, and even a museum! Not many sims offer such a great variety of features, while maintaining privacy of residents and freedom to sail! With access to the open waters of the Blake Sea, this vibrant community is worth a visit just to see the variety and beauty of the communities surrounding. Snug Harbor is one of the oldest and leading on the grid. Ty conveys the history, his journey, and his virtual lessons of life in “Legacy and Longevity” in SSJ#4.
AP Products: A not-quick visit to Marketplace will demonstrate how expansive Arkad Products has become. There is little that Arkad Baxton has not attempted. He owns a mall as well, and is the founder of the Avatar Social Network, designed specifically for those with second (or even third or fourth) lives. His other self, Uzo Dayafter, is a club owner, host, and DJ. Somehow the real person behind these two avatars accomplishes as much as two people! Profiled both for his “Arkad’s Axioms for Virtual Marketing” and as a renaissance man in “Axioms Applied,” he also is a good friend, mentor, and promoter of Sim Street Journal.
G&T Fashions by Greenie Lane comprise the elegant and the classic wardrobe additions for the sophisticated. Having advertised with Sim Street Journal publishers for a long time, to represent a shop that well fits a readership of artists, musicians, enterpreneurs, explorers, and those who are serious about discovering what the virtual world has to offer, dressing is the most self-expressive part of the experience. Greenie will be featured in the up-coming SSJ#11.
Ferre Howlett started Surf4sl to offer affordable and unique advertising opportunities to entrepreneurs in SL. It is also a network that helps members to earn lindens on the side. Begun in 2013, the business is growing as it also serves clients from Ferre’s translation company, Verballis. He shared his entrepreneurial wisdom in “Patience to Grow” in SSJ#9.
Apocalypse is not easy to create. An effective after-the-end setting, futuristic city environments, fantasy setups, and details beyond imagining, Megan Prumier is a master builder. From falling down buildings to scifi atmospheres, anyone creating an innovative sim does well to start shopping at Crimarizon. Thinking of every detail, offering a wide range of selections, just browsing is an amazing experience. Popular and expansive, this shop is always good for a surprise. Megan describes her experiences in “The Dark and the Light” in SSJ#8.
Paris Obscur: Moody and provocative, Paris’ sultry voice and humor charm his growing fans. Though he may appear austere in his fascination with black and songs of depth and longing, he envelops listeners with a warmth powered by his personality. Presenting a range of emotions in his repertoire, he brings the same intensity to a range of songs and styles. Catch him in the afternoons via European time. Don’t miss his article “Emotional Translator” in SSJ#7.
There is no place in Second Life® more fun than Cay’s at Woodland Lake. A beautiful outdoor setting features some of the most talented DJ’s spinning Blues, Soul, and Classic Rock. Further, there are comfortable and welcoming homes for rent. Why take the time to shop and decorate when the homes can be customized for each resident. If looking for a place with all the advantages, don’t pass up the opportunity to live in this fantastic sim. Cay has more fun also when talking with Sim Street Journal in her profile for SSJ#2.
Music Not Politics: (Throughthesewalls Moody) Tara represents some of the top musicians performing virtually. With many years of experience on the grid, she writes a regular column for Sim Street Journal that explores the business side of the industry. As she develops new ways to promote and sponsor events, she compiles the lessons learned into an engaging and thoughtful exploration of the medium’s potential.
Guthrie’s: One of the oldest, and certainly the best known folk club on the grid, Guthrie’s is a legend. Based on the real life Guthrie’s Foundation, the walls are filled with the classic heros of this gracefully transferable music genre. Perfect for the SL environment, the romance of the original singer/songwriter is reignited in this international stage. Guthrie’s showcases new and well known talents.
Club: Gigli Live (55, 172, 24)
ENT SL Radio: One of the fastest growing radio stations in SL, airing 44 shows a week, ENT SL Radio hosts live performers, DJ’s, talk shows, and infotainment. A wide variety that has something for everyone, listen for Jazz, hip hop, classic rock. A partnership with a Second Life based radio station extends communication into another media, albeit one very different than publishing. However, the talk shows, and opportunities to integrate with video blurs the boundaries between traditional media. The convenience is unparalleled, and flexible as this new station gets off the ground with innovative programming.
Visit: Bounty (229, 231, 401)
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Enjoy different, but related, issue versions: online and in-world (available at the Second Life® SSJ office (Innu 40, 36, 1650) or here as a PDF: sim street journal #9.
Back issues are available on MARKETPLACE).
— The in-world magazine has topics that relate to those who understand the virtual context, including photographs, parallel articles. It has tabs for information landmarks, and web links.
— The online magazine expresses what the virtual world offers the real one. It is a mirror that reflects parallel articles, hot topics, and provides more links.Contributions are encouraged if covering topics relevant to real world readers.