In Second Life,
there¡¯s something new around
The world is filled
with hundreds of games, from multi-player
RPG¡¯s to puzzles and grid-wide
contests. There are also casinos,
dance clubs, shopping malls, space
stations, vampire castles and
To find something
to do at any time of the day or
night, simply open the Find Menu
and click on Events. You¡¯ll see
a listing of Discussions, Sports,
Commercial, Entertainment, Games,
Pagaents, Education, Arts and
Culture and Charity/Support Groups.
your mood, there is always something
Create an Avatar
|Second Life is
about personal expression and your
avatar is the most personal expression
of all. After all, an avatar is
your persona in the virtual world.
The picture below shows how easy
it is to create your avatar. Despite
offering almost infinite possibilities,
the tool to personalize your avatar
is very simple to use and allows
you to change anything you like,
from the tip of your nose to the
tint of your skin. Don¡¯t worry
if it¡¯s not perfect at first, you
can change your look at any time.
Owm Virtual World
in Second Life allows you to build,
display, and store your virtual
creations, as well as host events
Become a part
of history by purchasing land
and developing your own piece
of Second Life. The Pricing
and Fees are simple; you pay
?9.95 a month plus a Land Use
Fee proportional to the amount
of land you own.
a modest nook for a relaxing cottage,
or an entire
island to build your dream
amusement park, land is for everyone.
first hour, you¡¯ll notice that
several residents approach you
and introduce themselves ¨C Second
Lifers are eager to welcome you
and show you around.
Within this vibrant
society of people, it¡¯s easy
to find people with similar interests
to you. Once you meet people you
like, you find it¡¯s easy to communicate
and stay in touch.
At any time there
are dozens of events where you
can party at nightclubs, attend
fashion shows and art openings
or just play games.
form groups ranging from neighborhood
associations to fans of Sci Fi
When a place
is as big as Second Life and has
so many things to do, the first
question people ask is, ¡°Where
do I start?¡±.
three tools to help you start
exploring. As an example, let?s
pretend you¡¯re looking for a
good place to party and meet people.
Map. Imagine you want
to find people socializing. Click
events on the map. You see that
a place called "The Elbow Room"
2.The Find Menu.
Now you¡¯d like to learn more
about ¡°The Elbow Room.¡± Search
for it, and read its description.
It sounds great, and you teleport
People. Once you arrive,
right-click on anybody¡¯s avatar
and choose ¡°View Profile¡± to
learn about them.