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Saturday, July 10, 2010


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Little Lost Linden

Attended the event and it was quite the party to say the least.

Smash-up Derby was amazing and having all the avi's up on the wall at the DNA Lounge worked out really well. Very fun time indeed. Hope to see more events like that. Party lasted until 3AM SLT.

Yoz Linden made a surprise appearance as well:


I was concerned Yoz was going to fall off the top balcony of the club. Luckily Yoz coordination was in perfect form and no injuries were sustained.

Wizard Gynoid

i attended as well, along with soror nishi (who was in UK so was morning for her). it would have been kewl to have some kind of RL camera feeding into the SL club onto a prim or screen so we could see what was going on there in the RL club as well.

Little Lost Linden

"it would have been kewl to have some kind of RL camera feeding into the SL club onto a prim or screen so we could see what was going on there in the RL club as well."

I was thinking the same exact thing. I must say it helps to have a multi-monitor setup though. I was watching the RL feed on one screen and the SL application on the other.

Without 2 screens I would imagine that it would have been less immersive, so yeah, on a prim would have been nice as well. Perhaps next time that will happen. It would have been cool to have that (RL feed on a prim) because then the RL clubbers could have seen themselves on the wall inside of SL. They would have thought that was trippy I'm sure. I can't wait for the next one. I was impressed with Smash-Up Derby as well. Lots of good music, and lots of laughs.

Never did find out what happened to the goggle guy though...


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