Thursday, June 4, 2009

WE ARE NOW RECRUITING

WE ARE NOW RECRUITING FREELANCE WRITERS, BLOGGERS, AND PHOTOGRAPHERS!

Help! is a monthly magazine dedicated to providing tips and solutions to the challenges we all face in SL. We offer tips for everyone from the Newest Residents to the Seasoned Veterans.

We are absolutely free, so all citizens can benefit from our hard work.

Good Luck, and remember only the grid is virtual!

1 comment:

  1. I know this is a little off topic, but I feel I must share. Second Life in the early days was very much about collaborations and helping one another. As it matured it has become more about commerce. I hope we do not loose the spirit of collaboration.

    The arts and nonprofits in Second Life still afford us a chance to come together in the spirit of collaboration. We have a chance to change the world and create a world that is as we wish it was in real life. We can learn from one another.

    The Survivors of Suicide Project in Second Life is a suicide prevention program. In these uncertain times and economic stress more people are feeling isolated, alone, that they don't matter, and want to give up. Each and everyone of us can make a difference just by reaching out to one another. Spend that little bit more time and get to know a new person. People all around us are dealing with depression. Most of us with depression wear a mask and hide out true feelings.

    I need your help, in getting the word out about suicide prevention. Help me distribute the Suicide Prevention kiosks. Get involved and any way you can. Step forward and say we are going to stop suicide in our lifetime by talking about it. We need to get it out of the closet and make it a topic that it is ok to talk about. I would love volunteers, everyone has something they can do to get involved.

    If you have a sim, store, build, please consider posting a Suicide Prevention kiosks. I am also in great need of sponsors to help this project grow, need to get ads in the SL magazines, on the SL TV, blogs and billboards. Please, please lets do something about this preventable tragedy.

    http://slurl.com/secondlife/Haetae/160/30/97

    Krissy Sinclair

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