Obsessing Over the Little Things in Second Life

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If you read this blog occasionally then you know I keep lists. Some of them are just in my head, but I have a lot of lists.

Lists of things I’m supposed to get done; lists of places I want to go explore; lists of topics I want to research and write about. I also have a strange list of things I’d have to classify as obsessions.

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The latter includes anything that continues to bother me over a period of time for which I have yet to find a solution. This is usually because I don’t have time to spend on something which isn’t very important in the grand scheme of things, but remains as an irritant until I address it.

So for example, I have GOT to fix my new AO and get it to give me a walk that doesn’t look like I’m trying to hip check anybody within 3 meters. I’ll do it one day and until I do I’ll be annoyed every time I’m inworld.

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My latest addition to this list comes from a simply gorgeous image I found on Koinup the other day. It led me to the island of Heimlich, a “post-apocalyptic vision of the future with some interesting spaces for reflection and photography“.

The build is called Torture Dance. I have no idea why it is but there was no screaming or anything while I was there. They will be having their first Photo Exhibition in a week or so and, until yesterday, you could have submitted your own to be part of it.

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What I’m obsessing about, however, is the windlight she used in the photo. I don’t know what it is, it might be one she has constructed for herself.

I am determined to find something close though, I just have to test each of the over 800 I currently have in that menu. Once I have some time I will …. until then it’s going to bug me. :)

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  1. Is list writing on your list of obsessions?! I keep lists too, but I battling against it with the concept of “don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today.”

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