definitely doing , going back over to the UK again to do a full run with Lucuna Coil and getting to take in all the sights over there.
Those are just some of the many memorable moments that I’ve had.
Alexis Brown, the beautiful vocalist of the band, sat down and had a chat with Grunge Cake about what’s been going on with SLS. As a band and as a unit we don’t sit around and talk about what type of music we’re going to make.
This time around I wanted to do my interview a little differently, so I took to the readers of Grunge Cake and asked “What would they want to ask Straight Line Stitch, if given the chance? Continue reading to find out what the fans really want to know: Myself, Alexis Brown (vocals), Jason White (bass), Ian Shuirr (drums), Andrew Mikhail (guitar) and Jackie Bergjans (guitar). It’s really about getting together and feeding off one another.
Come to this page to see complex examples that show how to combine parts of LSL. There is a treasure trove of user developed scripts that have become hard to find over time throughout Second Life's web server revisions and redesigns.
Go to the LSL Examples page to see brief examples of how to use parts of LSL. The Huge Leap to the new Jive software, while traumatic and disruptive, has failed to dispose of what's come before at the moment of your reading.
After each cross-section is scanned, the powder bed is lowered by one layer thickness, a new layer of material is applied on top, and the process is repeated until the part is completed.
NOTE: Please add your scripts to this page and then add them to a category on the Categorized Library page.
If it sounds good to all of us, then that’s what it is pretty much.
Speaking for myself, I knew very early as a child that I wanted to be a performer, which is very odd considering that I’m the shyest person on the planet.
The wiki medium is well-suited for a script library due to its revision based historical foundation.
If you feel inclined to release your scripts to the entire community, there's no better place to preserve your work/love/energy/gift as a unified and cohesive repository.
But that’s life, you have to take the good with the bad.