I have been sitting on this topic for a while…watching while one person after the other talks about the downside of a blogger management tool called Blogotex. How it stifles creativity, how it tempts bloggers to take more items than what they can blog, how it’s anti-social, and so on. There are content creators who need help with managing their brand, and they believe tools such as Blogotex help them a great deal.
What is Blogotex? According to their inworld information, “BLOGOTEX is a Web / SecondLife based solution that takes creator<–>managers<–>bloggers cooperation to whole new level by providing an environment, automation and functionality to ease the whole process and make it time efficient.”
I’ll start this discussion by talking about my experiences with Blogotex, then address concerns people have with it. And then, give my opinions on them all.
When I saw this headpiece from Chop Zuey, I knew that I could have a lot of fun wearing this.
I’ve been trying to edit a certain photo for a few days now, and every time I do my computer overheats or I get called away to do something. So I decided to go with a different photo and change topics. I was going to touch upon a few topics, but then I kinda got carried away on this one…so you only get one topic today ^^
A lot has happened this month, and overall I am pleased with all that has happened. I got a new job in SL, I watched a couple of wrestling matches, and The Fashion Loft got the chance to be part of a great initiative ran by one of my good friends ^^
Hey guys! I have been taking it (relatively) easy over the past few days, so that’s why you haven’t seen any posts up from me. I still have at least 4 posts of interest on deck. But I wanted to blog this one first.
I was out exploring, and I found this desert town. They consist of three sims, so if you go, be sure to look around at all of them.