A:S:S - Info and policys

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Stars in your eyes!

Catch that beautiful SL starlight with these new eyes from A:S:S.
During the day you'll have sublte little star highlights in your eyes, and at night bright starlight reflections.
Available in 15 stunning colours, $L50 per pair or all 15 for $L500.
At the A:S:S mainstore now!


New skins at A:S:S - Neal

People... meet Neal.
Neal is Noel's slighly more Jaded brother. He works out a bit more but also smoke more to make up for that. He also get less sleep and doesn't wear makup. And he comes in three colours! Eh... skin tones.. sorry.

$L500 per skin, or all three for $L1200. Available in the new skins section at the A:S:S mainstore!


Omgwtf?! A free moustache?!

And it's Free! And sculpted and fun... and it comes in 7 colours! One size fits all! Moustache fun shall be had by everyone!


Xstreet changes

Due to the changes in xstreet billing (https://blogs.secondlife.com/thread/5042) I have removed a large part of my stuff from there since it simply won't pay for itself. What's left are the big sellers and some of fatpacks. The free bishonen skins V2 are also staying, at least for now.

As for my opinion on these changes... well.. the idea is fine. To remove the "clutter" from xstreet, making it easier to find relevant stuff. I'm all for that.. nothing worse than having to sift through business in boxes and random crap to find what you're actually looking for. However, it also forces me to take down a lot of my cheaper stuff and freebies. Even though those might be very relevant to people who actually want them?
I also belive they should have focused on making the site user friendly first. As it is now it's got one of the worst interfaces I've seen, especially from the merchants point of view. And lets face it... the search really sucks.

Vinyl Cowboy

Ok, so... fetish wear isn't really my thing, but..
It all started with an assless chaps event... at my favourite club... I realised that after all this time in SL I didn't own a single pair of chaps, and decided to make some. And... somewhere along the line I went a bit overboard... so... A:S:S proudly presents... the Vinyl Cowboy!


Out now at the A:S:S mainstore


Carnival - $L50 skybox!

I felt like building something cool, so I made this skybox.
20x20 meters, a measly 14 prims, copy/mod and just $L50.
Come and get it. A:S:S mainstore. ^^



So, picture this...

You're going out, and you put on your nicest preppy outfit.. a wool argyle sweater, white shirt and even a tie. You're planning on having one drink, and then go home and get to bed since you have to work early tomorrow.

Before you know what happened, you're drunk out of your mind, standing in the ally behind the pub, making out with someone you've never seen before.

Here's the before and after outfits! Tadaa!

All packs include both a proper and a messed up version in all layers. Collar with open and closed tie. Copy/mod, unisex. $L90 for a single colour, $L300 for the fatpack. At the A:S:S mainstore now!

Sterling shirts

Simple but fun. $L50 for singles and just $L150 for all five colours!

All layers and unisex. Grab them at the A:S:S mainstore.


We can do better!

It's a simple idea.

Everyday thousands of us log in around the developed world to spend some time here with friends.  We build cities, build friendships and build realities.  We explore the boundaries of ourselves and our imagination and, on some small level, learn more about what we truely value and can expect from the cultures we live in.

Yet we must acknowledge that for all the pleasure and insight SecondLife provides, our experience here is the height of luxury.  We live so fully in our respective countries that we can afford a second life - an expressive means by which we maximize the interests and pleasures of our lives in general. Meanwhile around the globe, millions of people lack the means to survive with any sense of certainty, to say nothing of the indulgences to which we are priveledged.  This isn't to say that we must apologize for our good fortune, only that we should consider the range of good it is capable of.

So let me take a moment to outline our program.  We invite content creators from across the spectrum in SecondLife to set aside one or two items from their body of work and dedicate them to sell here at our shop.  When you purchase an item from We Can Do Better all of the proceeds are channeled to a different applicant at Kiva.org.  If you are unfamiliar with Kiva please take a moment to visit their site.  Kiva is a microcredit lending service that helps arrange for US dollars to help those in developing countries raise the necessary funds to open and operate their small businesses.   Internationally lauded, Kiva has been featured on countless new programs such as 60 minutes, Good Morning America and endorsed by former US president Bill Clinton as the model of charity for the future.  As Kiva is a micro-credit lending program, the borrows do return the funds loaned to them at a small interest rate.  We have no interest in keeping the returns, they will always be re-loaned back to new applicants.  Should we ever discontinue the project the loans will be collected and donated directed to Kiva itself to help cover their overhead.

We believe in full transparency and will routinely update vendors as to how much we have collected and who recieved our support.  You will also be able to monitor our progress through checking our group profile 'We Can Do Better' at Kiva.org for yourself.

Thank you.
Michael DelaCroix and the team at We Can Do Better