Copyright Law and Second Life

March 2, 2016 by · Comments Off on Copyright Law and Second Life
Filed under: Internet Life and Humanity, Linden Lab and Second Life, SL Marketplace 

It’s no big secret that there are literally thousands of items for sale in Second Life™ that violate Copyright Law. When Mesh was added to the platform, the sudden flood of copied and otherwise ill-gotten items virtually exploded. For their part, Linden Lab has tried to keep a lid on things, but the attitude of most people using Second Life seems to be one of “everyone else is doing it.” To say it makes LL’s job harder is a gross understatement.

Today’s post comes about as a result of an interesting conversation I had with a fellow SL Resident about their intentions and opinions on Copyright Law. It was a follow-up of sorts to a post they made on the SL Forums asking for someone to help them break the law .. and my response to their post.

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A Stepstool to the Bar

June 8, 2015 by · Comments Off on A Stepstool to the Bar
Filed under: Linden Lab and Second Life 

lets-climb2There were some bumps and bruises when I first joined Second Life™ back in 2008, but I overcame them with the patient help of friends and family. Once I had reached a basic level of understanding, my preference for Scripting took hold and has remained my focus for many years now. But I’m an odd bird in that respect; most people that have the desire to make things will eventually dabble in clothing and fashion accessories. Continue reading “A Stepstool to the Bar” »»