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Today sees the final talk in the gorgeous Prim Perfect Pavilion are at 3pm, when Saffia Widdershins will be talking to Edward Pearse, Duke of Argylle and gentleman explorerin the Steamlands and beyond. Runour has it that he has also ventured into trade, with a range of stores of Gentlemen’s Outfitters, known as Pearsed and Cut.
He has also been part of the cast of The Blackened Mirror, where he played the part of Edward, Harland Quinn’s friend. And he is, of course, a popular DJ is the Steamlands. But today he’ll be talking about seasonal traditions across the globe – with a certain slant on things as he is actually from the Southern Hemisphere and is therefore currently in high summer!
Come along and learn more at 3pm and 5pm SLT! And we don’t think we are too hard to find …
Christmas Expo 2012, photograph by Wildstar Beaumont
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The Untroubled Sound
Today’s jigsaw comes from a post on Honour Macmillan’s blog – Honour’s Post Menopausal View (of Second Life). In the post – On Movies & Magic & My Big Mouth in Second Life – she reflects on several different things, including working on The Blackened Mirror, and her upcoming talk at the Prim Perfect Pavilion. It happened last night, and anyone who knows Honour will not be in the least surprised when I tell them that it was absolutely fascinating as she talked about her methodology in selecting the places she visited – and she left us with a clutch of landmarks too.
The later conversation, with Maxwell Graf, Loz Hyde, Kriss Lehmann and Cube Republic (who joined s on stage) was also fascinating in a different way, and could lead to some exciting developments for people who are interested in learning more about creating mesh. More on that later.
We have one last talk in the Pavilion tonight (with Edward Pearse at 3pm – I’ll be posting about that later), and then on Wednesday, the last night of the Expo, we will be having a party from 3pm – 5pm in the beautiful Pavilion that Eliza Wierwight created for us … to celebrate the Expo, the Pavilion, Prim Perfect and … Christmas!
Let’s do a jigsaw.
The Untroubled Sound, photograph by Honour Macmillan
Catch up with your Prim Perfect jigsaws (showing images of Second Life and other virtual worlds).
If you’d like to submit a photo of your own to feature as a jigsaw, send it to the Prim Perfect Flickr Group. It should be sized 800w x 600h, or else it will need to be re-sized.
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