The pirates of Second Life go on a mission for mayhem by terrorizing villagers and firebombing their nemesis, the Privateer Prokofy Neva.
Analyzing a Rolling Stone interview of Second Life founder Philip Rosedale and video of voice chat shenanigans.
A summary of the lowlights of the Second Life blogging community, from ivory tower academics to upstart rebels to crazy conspirators
An illustrated brief history of Second Life.
Reviewing further efforts by Sweden to fuck with Second Life, Hillary Clinton's campaign base, and efforts to fill Second Life with virtual lawyers.
An ancient bard tells the story of how the Spartan 300 continued their brave battle for truth, freedom, and pederasty in a world beyond this one.
Metaverse Minutely reporter Houston Nutt reports on the rampaging Griefzilla, and explores his alleged backstory as the once unassuming Plastic Duck.
A group of aliens, summoned from their distant world, descend upon the fertile and unsuspecting land of Second Life to explore, experiment, and eradicate the human race.
MTV has decided to launch its own virtual version of Laguna Beach, catering towards the traditionally digital demographic of ditzy teenaged girls.
Sweden is opening an embassy in Second Life, ushering in a bright new era of pornstars and meatballs. Second Life may change the way you work, but it won't make you any more popular with your coworkers. Finally, an overview of people who hate goon griefers, from Prokofy Neva to PC Gamer.
The Second Life Safari visits a bestiality BDSM barn.
Second Life Safari writer Petey breaks down the legal issues with Anshe Chung as well as reviewing a furry sting gone horribly, horribly wrong.
As Santa Clause explores his new territory in Second Life, the vicious Neva Braun, widow of Adolf Griefler, launches a surprise attack on the North Pole.
MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM SECOND LIFE
Second Life Safari author Petey gives an exclusive report on the activities of virtual terrorist group Room 101, which griefed an Anshe Chung interview by CNET and whose members remain at large.
No video game has ever been the darling of the mainstream media like Second Life. In this article, Something Awful writer Petey explores the seedy underbelly of Second Life, which is rank and full of crazy people.