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365 days of SL: sim index part 2 (N-Z)

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Mar. 29th, 2013 | 02:57 pm

And here's part two of the sim index for the 365 days of SL project (part 1 (A-M) is here). I had to split this up into two parts; even though LJ entries can be up to 64 KiB in size, LJ choked on the combined version of this one, letting the attempt to post it time out without even so much as an error message. Perhaps it's also due to the sheer number of links — who knows.

Anyhow, without further ado, the sim index part 2, N-Z:















A curious fact: for the longest time, it looked like there'd be no sims on the list starting with Z (expected) or E (entirely unexpected). The first sim starting with an E wasn't seen until day 302, and only one other one came later on, on day 354; Z, meanwhile, only got covered on day 361, and only because I forced it, sorta.

Other fun facts: I spent 16 days in sims in Alikat's late estate (Itazipco, Miniconjou, Oglala and Sihasapa), 9 days in the Frilly Filly Farms area (defined here as Bulgogi and Oraenji), 67 days in the FP estate (FP Artemis, FP Enigma, the late FP Proteus, FP Yokai and Kalmeere), and 27 days (plus 1 bonus shot) in the Jeogeot Bay area (that is, Ichelus, Lordshore, Saddlemead, Shamon, Spurness, Ulstermann, Xilted and Zebrasil; hope I didn't forget any).

More extra material may follow later.

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from: ungulata
date: Mar. 29th, 2013 09:36 pm (UTC)

So... organized! Are you Twilight Sparkle? 8^D

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from: schnee
date: Mar. 29th, 2013 10:29 pm (UTC)

*chuckles* Sometimes, I'm definitely a lot like her. I'm very prone to compiling lists and the like, too prone for my own good in fact; sometimes organizing what I do or want to do can interfere with my actually doing it.

Like Twilight, really, yes. :)

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from: mikazo
date: Mar. 30th, 2013 01:15 am (UTC)

Now for your next trick - see how many of those sims are still standing today. ;D

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from: schnee
date: Mar. 30th, 2013 10:24 am (UTC)

Heh, that shouldn't be too difficult — you could probably just query gridsurvey.com programmatically.

I'd also imagine most of them are still standing, especially the mainland ones. But yeah, it would be interesting to see.

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