|Premiere Issue of Sweetie Magazine on Display in my Home on the Forsaken Sim. |
Available Only to Avatars Named Cheyenne Palisades.
Sorry About the Coffee Stain, But That Was My Only Copy.
The Others Sold Out to Avatars Named Cheyenne Palisades.
For its number of inhabitants, Second Life offers an astonishing number and variety of newspapers and magazines. Some are published in world for view as HUDs or on the ground, some are on the world wide web as PDFs, and some read like web logs. And, once a year, at the now-going-on Second Live convention, there’s even a print magazine this month, for the Metaverse Messenger goes to paper on convention week.
The magazines range from all-purpose newspapers and tabloids (think Metaverse Messenger and The AvaStar, respectively), to specialty magazines about fashion (Second Style), Interior Decorating (PrimPerfect), architecture, art, and intellectual discourse (Konstrukt).
But this world of magazines is missing one thing.
I know it’s hard to believe, but in all the wide second world of SL magazines, there’s not one magazine about my Sweetie.
Introducing, at long last, THE officially-approved Sweetie-themed magazine.
Yep, Sweetie Magazine.
Here’s the cover for the first issue.
How, you may ask, will it be possible to produce a magazine about a woman who refuses to allow her virtual image to be reproduced?
She prefers, she says, to remain mysterious.
Yes, clever reader, I know you’ve noticed that I’ve never had a real picture of Sweetie in this blog, only backs of heads and asses and elbows.
It’s just something I’ll have to work around.