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Friday, August 12, 2011

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Jjccc

wow it actually kinda looks better then than now, its a shame all the cool stuff that you could do then hasn't been developed a bit instead of being cut out as too difficult to do. i guess that why that other game was made mine craft

Eggy Lippmann

The first user was Steller Sunshine which joined Lindenworld under the Early Creator program, which was later known as the "Alpha" version, as opposed to the Beta ones. Steller started on March 2002, private beta was in November, public beta on April 03, which was when I joined.
Some objects from Alpha were manually transported to the grid. These contain an invalid string of characters "`a `a" in their description field. I own some - Steller and I were actually pretty close 8 years ago, but then she got busy with work and we drifted apart :(

Nyoko Salome

maybe semi-related then to your news item - SL VIEWER 3 (beta) just launched! :0 i just started up and got prompted to update.

Hamlet Au

Good catch, Nyoko!

David Cartier

I never knew Stellar; she was already gone when I started, but she put her stamp on the grid, and everywhere you went you saw evidence of her creativity. Eggy was very much there, charging around like a maniac, tearing down mountains and building mountainous club. SL is still a lot of fun. I don't know if I will ever have as much fun as we did then, when we could still smell the fresh paint and a new sim was an event, and Lindens walked the earth. I have great hopes for mesh.

Hitomi Tiponi

That was an interesting vid - seemed like a cross between Second Life and Minecraft then.

edgar proto

quick q.. i am trying to find my original avatar i was i believe one of the first fifty or a hundered members but no way to find it as it will be a disused email address and only have a prayer by looking at a list of the first names to spot my own... i remember earlier than shown in the video a long glass building??? a tiny castle (maybe) and tree and pool lots of steps that it !! oh and water but it feels like it was maybe one tiny island. anyway if anyone can help ! many thanks

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