Saturday was the annual Mole Day. Inara has an article on Mole Day with all the details.
SL Moles are the guys that build all the SL Governor’s public works things. We hear little about them, but they are a key part of Second Life™.
The Machinimatrix Blog got hacked. It is fixed and all is well again. (Ref) The Machinimatrix people did not recommend changing passwords. But, it is probably a good idea.
NiranV the author of the Black Dragon Viewer has an article up on Projector Lights. Part of the information is about setting up Preferences in the BD Viewer. Then Niran gets into setting up the projector lights.
Projector lights are way neat and greatly improve the appearance of a scene. They make night and club scenes much more dramatic.
Catznip Viewer is releasing a beta, they describe it this way:
Catznip R12.1 (beta1) has been posted for patrons (64bit only). We’re testing dramatically faster texture rezzing (new, Catznip unique OpenJpeg). Prejump & landings animations optionally disabled and a slew of crash fixes.
Texture rendering speed was the obstacle to my use of this viewer.
Kitty Barnett, the author of Catznip, is looking for some financial support. So, this beta is only available to those that contribute through Patreon.
This is the 8th anniversary of Myst Online: Uru Live. Get details on the Myst Online website, Anniversary. Events through to February 7th.
Gacha Garden has a new event in progress. There are dozens of free gifts spread around the garden. There is a shopping guide here.
I’m not much of a gacha fan. I tend to only go when there is an exclusive item from a designer I like only available as a gacha. But, Gacha Garden is fun. Join the group. Lots of trading happens there. If you have an item you want to sell, this is a good place to start.