Read the August issue of rez in Issuu:
Jami Mills does something she's always wanted to do - - runs off and joins the circus. Le Cirque de Nuit to be precise. And she captures a little of the magic in the August issue that opened her eyes wide to the possibilities of SL immersive presentations. A tip of the hat to Idle Rogue Productions for such a fine show. Art Blue, who travels in circles we can only dream about (we believe he is living in 2029 at the moment), challenges us in ways that aren't intended to be comfortable. What does the future have in store for us? Have a read and find out. Sedona Mills brings us another chapter in her serial, The Beginning of Live: Awakening. In this exciting, edge-of-your-seat drama about our virtual future and where it may lead us, leaves us begging for more. Stihly Augenblick and Hitomi Tamatzui contribute one of the penultimate chapter of their noir thriller, The Key to Golden Hills: Return, leaving us to wonder how this sizzling story might possibly end. Next month's issue will bring us the exciting conclusion to this tale of sex and drugs (sorry, no rock 'n roll). Gudrun Gausman gives us her take on the latest scuttlebutt in SL, the new, improved version SL 2.0. What's it all mean? Gudrun explains it all. Words have power, and in the hands of someone who knows how to use them, we're left breathless. And Zymony Zygot knows how to use them. He has the beat rhythm down pat in his take-down of contemporary life, Go World! Crap Mariner gets all soft on us (for a change) and contributes a heartfelt 100 words in Sand. Simply beautiful. And speaking of beauty, we lost a dear friend this month. Wulf Carlucci passed away last month, leaving a void that will be hard to fill. But he would have exhorted us to do just that. So we attempt in some small way to fill that void by dedicating this issue to his spirit, his humor, his sharp tongue and comforting kindness. I've wanted to punch him in the nose more than once. There'll never be another like him. Enjoy the issue!