I’m “stuck” in Noru for at least 2 more months, most likely. It’s lovely, and in an ideal world I’d keep it forever. However, it would go against my trend of sticking to places longer than 4 months. Actually, let’s see, I’ve been living there almost 5 now. The current state of the gallery — I’m going to go ahead and leave it there for at least 2 months, and treat it at least like a regular exhibit of mine. Then after that I don’t know. Maybe attempt another 10×10 gallery, if only for kicks. Look back on former gallery structures — what designs haven’t I used. Maybe even, gasp, head over to the Ivory Tower of Prims and take some lessons. But I still feel that at my core I’m not suppose to be heavily involved in building in virtual reality. There are so many good builders already present here. I need to, topmost, explore, and then just take buildings I find here and there, as I’ve been doing, and just kind of piddle around with them.
I *really* like the gallery as is, though. I just don’t think it’s going to attract any attention. Of course I’m not going to make any money off it, especially since I’m not charging anything for the works. No, after this, thinking of repackaging the 10×10 in some new gallery beyond the cube version and stacked rectangle version of the Edwardston Station Gallery. Need to polish up documents about the 10×10 (Floydada, Floydadada). So I’ll give a dead line for the current version of the Blue Feather Gallery as the end of October, maybe sooner. I’ve certainly already made some interesting contacts because of the exhibit and revised gallery.
Another idea is that at the end of this exhibit, I’ll just abandon all my Noru land and start over again, or reduce to just a 512 there — I know where, I think. Maybe just have a really small 10×10 gallery in the ne corner of Noru.
Original 1 hour, when 90 percent of users leave, compared to Black Hole. Hanja Infohub mentioned.
I think Gabriel may have entered 2nd Life as a child avatar (!)