Johnny Cash's Childhood Home Recreated in Second Life by Arkansas State University
Click here to virtually visit the place where America's most legendary and universally beloved country/Western icon was born. I'm talking about Johnny Cash, of course, and his childhood home of Dyess, Arkansas. His house has been recreated in Second Life, as has the surrounding town, built to resemble the place as it was in the early 20th century, when Cash was a child. Fittingly, this project is by Arkansas State University (lead designer known in SL as Painter Meriman), and it looks like a fitting tribute to the state's most favorite son. Read more about it on Shinigami Kayo's blog.
Link via SL's Reddit group, submitted by "SpaceCaseM". This post needs some Cash accompaniment, which I've embedded below: