Atlas Hopping, Episode 33!

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Today we are visitng six different museums in Sansar:

Here is Drax’s livestream:

And here is Strawberry’s livestream:

(My sinuses are acting up and my eyes are watering so much I can’t use my VR headset today, so I logged out of Sansar and I am just watching Strawberry’s livestream today.)

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Atlas Hopping with Drax, Episode 14!

Can you believe it’s been FOURTEEN episodes already? Unfortunately, Strawberry Singh could not join us today, but Drax was his usual genial (and loquacious) self as host!

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Today, we gathered at 114 Harvest (see the picture above), and we visited the following Sansar experiences:

Here’s a few shots of us exploring Minimalisms:

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Unfortunately, I crashed out of Sansar twice while playing soccer at the 5-A-Side Soccer Stadium, so my Atlas Hopping journey ended earlier than planned!

Note that Daisy Gator (well-known from Second Life, wearing the gator head) joined us today! Also, one of the people who joined our Atlas Hopping today was Amr, who was connecting from Egypt!

Here is Drax’s livestream of today’s event:

Pick of the Day: Minimalisms

I first heard about Minimalisms from Inara Pey’s blogpost, where she has written a wonderful in-depth post about Zafia Vesta’s experience, and I would encourage you to visit her blog called Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World, and read it in full. I finally went to visit Minimalisms this morning, and it is my Pick of the Day for today.

Zafia has written about her experience:

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Set to a composition by Philip Glass called The Grid, from the Koyaanisqatsi soundtrack, Zafia has placed a number of minimalist artworks, many of them animated.

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I was new to the concept of minimalism in art, so I found the whole experience to be educational, engaging, and a good introduction to minimalism. Well done, Zafia!