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Friday, September 25, 2020

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MetteKenzo Nagy

I used to add all details ...but some didn't like that because it looked like a shopping list ....anyways I guess you didn't notice that the latest 3-4 posts I actually started doing it again. I have never had any issues if someone IMd me and asked me about what I'm wearing. But again you can't please all can you? =) ....but if it was because I didn't see your comment on Flickr I apologize for not making it a priority to get back to you until today. I have left you the details of hairbase, bun and bow I'm wearing on Flickr.
Have a great day =) and thanks for the kind words about my blog ♥ MetteKenzo Nagy

Sean Gorham

Whenever I'm cruising Flickr and see some clothing/jewelry/whatever that I like, my first question is always, always, "OMG, where did they get that?" Most of the time, I'm frustrated because that information isn't there. It's why I almost always put that information in the description of my pics. I know I'm not the only person asking that question, wanting an answer!

jhon

Well, they’d argue there is consent, because you have to click Yes on a blue popup box that says “So and so would like permission to animate your avatar.” But that’s ALL it says. It doesn’t explain exactly what you’re getting into if you click yes, and the real bastards are preying on newbies, people who just signed up to play SL and have no idea how anything works or what’s going on yet. You can hardly call it informed consent.

jhon

Well, they’d argue there is consent, because you have to click Yes on a blue popup box that says “So and so would like permission to animate your avatar.” But that’s ALL it says. It doesn’t explain exactly what you’re getting into if you click yes, and the real bastards are preying on newbies, people who just signed up to play SL and have no idea how anything works or what’s going on yet. You can hardly call it informed consent.

Ana

This is a great topic. Whenever I'm checking on pinterest and see some clothing or whatever that I like, my first question is always, always, "OMG, where did they get that?" Now I know :)

Luna johnson

Beautiful post! I consider this jewelry looks gorgeous.

Alex Brown

While browsing Flickr, I want to know, "OMG, where'd they get that?". When I can't find that information, I get frustrated. I usually include that information in the description of my photos. This question is not unique to me, and I want an answer!

Ravi

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