As controversy continues over unauthorized avatar names on Avatars United, Linden Lab's new social network, here's a new wrinkle: the company has added a third party "Recommended Application" widget to the network. Created by Resident MSo Lambert, "SL Blips" is a heads-up display worn in-world which connects a Resident's Avatars United profile with their Second Life avatar. Interestingly, this is not a Linden-made official product, and is sold with the disclaimer, "SL Blips HUD and SL Blips Avatars United application are in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Linden Lab or [Avatars United creators] Enemy Unknown AB." (But based on its presentation on the site, is still editorially "Recommended" by the Lindens and Enemy Unknown.) Question is, will this be enough to end complaints over Avatars United accounts imitating Second Life avatars they are not?