Please note I do not request or ask for review copies. If there is something you would like me to blog you can contact me in-world or just drop the item on me in Second Life. Please keep in mind that I will only blog items that inspire me and suit my personal style and taste.
There are a number of stores that I do regularly blog for when they have new items to release or events that they are taking part in. These are: Ispachi, Del May, Lapointe & Bastchild, Fallen Gods, Exile, MoYaz, Intrigue Co., Zanzo, Deco, Miamai, 22769, Kauna, Culprit Furniture, Lame, Sway’s, Trompe Loeil, & Barnesworth Anubis.
I am proud to have supported and blogged Chic Management events for the last two years and will always continue to support their events that they organise throughout the year. The Men’s Department is a monthly sales event aimed at guys in Second Life that I am proud to blog for and always has a fantastic selection of clothing, poses and furniture. I also blog for The Arcade Gacha Event, a fantastic event that I am very proud to support through my blog.
My passion has always been and will always be in the clothes I wear and the pictures I take within Second Life. I will always credit the items I wear at the end of each blog post with a slurl to the location of where they can be purchased or on the marketplace if unavailable in-world. Promotional copies will always be marked with an asterisk (*).
I do not endorse or support any form of copy botting whether its items copied in-world from designers or mesh items ported over from outside sources such as games and websites. If you see something on my blog that you believe to be copied please notify me at once.
If you are concerned about an item that you have seen in-world or on the marketplace there’s a couple of good places to keep an eye on for warnings about ripped content. The first is this excellent thread over on the forum SLUniverse, the wealth of knowledge of games and various 3D websites is worth keeping an eye on and bookmarking: Mesh Police – Ripped Content Watch
Come across this website called SOCCA (Second Life Original Content Creator’s Association) that is building up a directory of original content creators in Second Life and worth visiting as well and supporting: SOCCA
12th April 2013