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Jul 7 2011

I decided that I’d list my twitter account on my Second Life profile. There’s a bit at the bottom which says “Connect your profile to other social networks” and I thought “cool. This will show my social media accounts (or at least, the supported ones), and maybe even show some data from those social media streams on my Second Life profile. Let’s find out!”

So, I selected Twitter, and then it popped the question.

And then I thought, “What the hell? You want to what?”

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Second Life There are currently three different basic ways you can access Second Life account profiles. There’s access via a Web-browser (through my.secondlife.com), access through the officially supported Second Life viewer 2.x (at least the later versions of it), and there’s the basic profile API that’s still used by viewers based on the 1.x series code-base, and earlier versions of Viewer 2.x.

Two of these respect the privacy settings on your profile data. One of them doesn’t. Guess which.

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