A good friend was writing an article about friendships and relationships in Second Life and asked to interview me for his story. I found his questions to be thought provoking and have decided to post my answers here. I will post each of the ten questions as a separate post with my answer and the opportunity for comments. I encourage you to comment with you your own answers.
Hi I'm Baz. I'm not a journalist, not a politician and not hear to build a name for myself (or some massive blog flowing to sell ads on). Just an SL Builder, Event Planner and Mentor to those who need help. Hey, one day... I may even get around to opening my store again... I write the blog to tell my friends (and anyone else who cares) what on my mind. That may include the projects I’m working on, the parties I've been going to or what I’m thinking about. That's it... enjoy.
Comments on blog posts are welcome. If you find any tips usefull, make visits to sims or events discussed or just have thoughts you would like to share, please feel free to comment. You're point of view is always welcome and I appreciate you taking the time to contribute.
However, there may be situations where comments will not be approved or might be edited. I consider blog conversations, including comments, to be like a civil conversation in a person’s home. If I am welcomed into someone’s home to join a discussion, I would make every attempt to be respectful of others, and would expect the same from them. That’s how I’ll treat comments. So with that in mind here are the basics:
1) Please try to stay on topic as much as possible.
2) Relevant links in comments are okay, irrelevant links are not. A link in a comment that’s not really relevant to the post will be removed.
3) I will delete comments containing personal attacks, hate speech, excessive profanity, or other behavior that I feel would be inappropriate in a civil conversation.
4) And though it should go without saying, all spam will be deleted.