Last week I found a computer printer stand next to the dumpster just outside my place. I imagine the nearby doctor’s office upgraded. So I rolled it into my place. After a couple adjustments to it, I found myself the owner of a great little stand on which to set my laptop when working on it at home. So here I sit, on a chair, in front of my laptop, on it’s stand. I have headphones on too, blaring Tenacious-D through Pandora.com.
Yesterday, I closed my Facebook account. Earlier this evening I closed my Twitter account. A couple days ago I retired from Second Life. I didn’t delete that account, but I have removed myself from all the groups and friend’s lists I belonged to there. I would have completely removed myself from it, but there is one aspect to it that I recently discovered and which I want to explore. There are certain settings that can be made to the sky and water settings that turn the environment into an art canvas. Since I still don’t have a camera necessary for creating fine art photography (my one creative outlet), I will use Second Life as an app for digital imaging. Hopefully I’ll be able to make something from it worth hanging in a gallery. Here, let me show you a few images I’ve made recently. Then I’m going to bed. It’s way past my bedtime.