A few nice free website views images I found:
One of the easiest things to do in the videogame Second Life is create customized clothing, which is why there’s so much of it; I was handed hundred of items for free on Help Island, in fact, by a series of gracious Mentors. This photoset is a sampling of what I received; it’s best viewed in its original order, for these comments to make sense.
Here: So, on top of clothing that you can wear, you can also attach scripted animations to your body, like that shitty crap you’d see on ’90s websites, but actually cool within the realm of a virtual world. Here, for example, I’m wearing a script that catches my body on fire, anytime I say the word "Fuego!" out loud.
Just a reminder that the electronic version of my newest travelogue, Ach Du Heilige Scheisse!, is being released May 9. You’ll be able to read and view the contents of the book for free if you want, via HTML pages at my website; or you can pay US (8 euros, 5 pounds) for a snazzy PDF version, with separate editions for American laserprinters, European laserprinters, and for reading on a computer screen. Plus for the same price you get free versions for Palm and PocketPC thrown in as well. All money raised is going to a good cause; namely, printing the paper version that I still owe people who donated money before the trip. Anyway, more as the release date approaches; for now, I just finished what I think is the final version of the front cover, so thought I’d throw it up for everyone else to see as well.