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I was talking to a friend earlier on the subject.

me: You can't hang about waiting for things to get better. If it's not working, you have to do something else or die.
me: Once your natural reaction to ideas stops being "hey I wonder how that could be done in SL"... well.
them: its over
me: And it's very hard to go back.


It isn't really a choice. One needs a medium to create in. That has been Second Life, but when that stops, when SL stops feeling the right place to go, it isn't as if one just stops thinking. The instinct to express one's ideas in SL has to be - painfully - redirected towards something else... prose, watercolours, interactive fiction, HTML5 games, something. And dragging it back to SL is just as painful a process as moving it away. I don't want to put myself through that again.

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