Paradox Island - Doctor Who
Paradox Island - Doctor Who This TARDIS is smaller on the inside *shrugs*
Shelly Toonie from Moonshine creates extremely cute outfits that I love to accessorize. However, with these I don't accessorize much. Sometimes, less is more and I truly follow that rule. I am not keen on using every single attachment point on my avie to add stuff and I am not even good at resize/editing prims and then attach them to a different spot. Bah! I like to wear them as they are, like most people do (me thinks). Oh well, I just hope I did a good job showing off some of the latest clothing that you can find at Moonshine.
There are two more details I want to point out: hair and boots.
The hair is all from Maitreya by Onyx LeShelle and it's plain gorgeous. I do think Onyx came a long way into hair making. Even though her first hairdos were great, I think that the textures now are awesome and the hairdos even better.
Boots are one of my passions. I simply love boots and the latest by Emma Gilmour of Sand Shack Co. are exceptional. By wearing the same boots in different colours, I am hoping to give you an idea of the versatility of them. Emma did an amazing sculpties work with these. The top on the boots comes with neutral, bright and muted colours to choose from and with so many options you can't go wrong with the Elsa boots.
the other (viewers)
Before I became aware that there were other viewers to log in Second Life® besides the official one, I used to always use the Release Candidate viewer. Somehow, the RC always had a better performance than the official viewer which is weird - I know. Usually, in the RC it's expected to crash a lot more and have a poor performance but, for me, it was always the other way around. So, one day I decided to try the alternate viewers and got used to have 3 or 4 SL™ viewers in my desktop.
Lately, my preference goes to the Emerald viewer and it's quite easy to understand why. The team behind the Emerald build is one that listens to what SLers want in a viewer. We, residents, give suggestions and see them implemented with each release. Or the releases completely blows us away with the new features implemented. C'mom - how many viewers have a built in radar and AO and also extra attachment options?
Residents who use third party viewers with the functionality described above to violate our Terms of Service or Community Standards, will be warned and then suspended from the service.
According to the wikipedia, Anti-Analising is
In digital signal processing, anti-aliasing is the technique of minimizing the distortion artifacts known as aliasing when representing a high-resolution signal at a lower resolution. Anti-aliasing is used in digital photography, computer graphics, digital audio, and many other applications.
I read somewhere (on plurk probably) that most people wouldn't know how to upgrade or downgrade their graphics card. And that got me thinking that would be nice to write a blog post about it. Not everyone has to know to do it but a little more knowledge won't hurt a bit.
Before you do anything to your computer make sure you have a backup of your current driver and the latest driver. And, if you decide to this, you are doing it at your own risk and this blog does not take any responsibility for any damage you may cause to your computer.
Most graphics card come with a CD with drivers. The first you should do when getting a new computer is to install ALL of the CDs to have the most updated drivers... until the moment the CD was burned. That means that even if you install the driver from the CD, you can still be installing an old driver.
For the latest driver, you should download directly from the manufacturer website, in my case, NVIDIA (or EVGA as my graphics is actually an EVGA with a NVIDIA chipset):
The software available from Guru3d.com/HardwareGuru.com are provided "as is" with NO TECHNICAL SUPPORT. All software is to be used at your own risk; this site does not take any responsibility for any damage in whatever form or context.
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