365 days of SL, day 248:
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We did indeed go to the Ivory Tower Library of Primitives yesterday. It's a venerable old build; in fact, it's so old that it was old already even when I first visited it, several years ago, to maybe learn a bit about prims and building.
It's starting to show signs of its age, of course, but it's still good and useful. The entire library is not as pretty and polished-looking as I'd have liked, but then it's very clearly intended to be functional; everything has a purpose, and that purpose is teaching, conveying information, and providing demonstrations and examples.
If you want to learn how to build, it's still a place you should visit, too; although it is (IIRC) lacking information on things like sculpties, meshes, megaprims and so on, it's still a great place to learn about all the different aspects of how to mold prims into all sorts of shapes (and more). The material's available in several modules, each consisting of different sections, and much of it has been translated into different languages as well.
And just because I liked it, here's a bonus shot taken at the top floor of the tower, looking up:
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Maybe I'll go back today and try to take another nice-looking picture of the tower from the outside.
Location: Natoma (161, 187, 26) (Ivory Tower Library of Primitives)