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Saved by uncleflo on January 4th, 2019.
Personalize your home and really make it your own. Buy the palace you've always wanted, or build the abode of the future. Or think bigger — change the shape of the virtual world with your public attraction, virtual kingdom or megastore. Build the Eighth Wonder of the Virtual World. Buying virtual land opens up a universe of possibilities. Once you have land, you can build or purchase objects to customize it and make it a part of your Second Life home. Whether you buy a hut or create a skyscraper, your land is your own creative canvas. And it's a lot less expensive than buying a house in the real world — so you can finally have that hot tub or ocean front view you've always craved. Think of your land as your home away from home — make it look and feel just like you want it to. In Second Life, you can design and arrange every inch of your living space, and even control things like the weather and time of day. Create alone or construct together. Building in Second Life can be collaborative — invite your friends over to help design your new place, and make it a group effort. Then make furniture, art or a Ferris wheel in your backyard. There are millions of items you can buy to spruce up your home. Vendors sell everything from prefab houses to space age kitchens to Olympic-sized swimming pools. Build and buy, mix and match. There are endless possibilities.
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Saved by uncleflo on April 20th, 2018.
Right now, there’s a mathematical symphony happening on your website. Every single one of your readers is subconsciously aware of this symphony, and more important, they are all pre-programmed to respond to it in a particular way. The question is this: Is your site’s symphony pleasing and inviting to your readers, or does it turn them off and make it harder to communicate with them?
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