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It’s LONDON WEEK! No…It’s SPRING BREAK IN LONDON!


It’s London Week here at the Torch SLG, and we are looking at everything that Second Life’s Virtual London England has to offer. Not only it is London Week but it’s also Spring Break, and from the March 21th 2011, there are events  taking place in the London sim, Hyde Park.

With awesome music from the DJs of London  to fabulous shops along the London High Street, this is one  spring break you don’t want to miss! Schedule below!

Music Events:

Monday, Coach & Horses Hits Hyde Park

Tuesday, March 22, 2011:

2pm to 4pm slt-DJ Tag

4pm to 6pm slt-DJ Crysis

6pm to 8pm slt-DJ Tag

Wednesday, March 23, 2011:

2pm to 4pm slt-DJ Anakin

4pm to 6pm slt-DJ Sufi

6pm to 8pm slt-DJ Kyle
Thursday, March 24, 2011:

2pm to 4pm slt-DJ BigJ

4pm to 6pm slt-DJ Crysis

6pm to 8pm slt-DJ Thom

8pm to 10pm slt-DJ Zang
Friday, March 25, 2011:

10am to 12pm slt-DJ Eva

12pm to 2pm slt-DJ Sweetdizzy

6pm to 8pm slt-DJ Song

8pm to 10pm slt-DJ Appletinny
Saturday, March 25, 2011:

10am to 12pm slt-DJ Thom

12pm to 2pm slt-DJ Sweetdizzy

2pm to 330pm slt-DJ Jester

4pm to 6pm slt-OEW Wrestling

After Wrestling to 8pm slt-DJ Song

8pm to 10pm slt-DJ Pagan

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4 comments on “It’s LONDON WEEK! No…It’s SPRING BREAK IN LONDON!

  1. why is it that london always use blog sites and never actual well known website hosting seems very lazy as its really easy to blog about something its even harder to make a website of your own i should know i am the publisher of various websites

    • See Morphman the Clown’s answer.

    • Exactly! Why make it harder than it has to be?
      We use the blog format (even thou we’re in no way connected to London more than the fact that our office is located there) because we update often. It’s easier to update a blog and push readers to where you want them than on a normal website.

      As for the London sites, that’s pretty much the same formula. Daily updates and they even need the reader to read the latest, so they need a blog, not a normal website.

      If you’re interested in Virtual London, it’s only a click away, so there’s no real reason to make a website describing it, is there?

    • first of all: punctuation, it makes a comment a lot more readable. (not flaming, just a pointer)

      Second: I run a few websites myself as well, and as you know they all cost money… a free format like WordPress.com is perfect for non-profit initiatives like Virtual London and The Torch. I mean, people put more than enough money up in SL to pay for tiers, their outfits etc. and an expensive hosted site usually isn’t in the books for them. It all comes down to economics.

      And a handy webmaster is able to put some form of SEO in here as well…

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