I'm a resident of Second Life, and a teacher at New Citizens Inc - a Second Life voluntary association for helping people learn SL skills.
I'm a crazy person with eclectic tastes in knowledge. I love to learn, and I love to teach, and I can do almost all the Second Life creative skills.
So since I can do them, the next logical thing to do is teach them - right? Thus, my tutorial collection.
I've started with clothing making, but will progress on to the various other SL skills: while collecting miscellaneous other tutorials as inspiration strikes.
Sesh rhymes with mesh, and the at is like hat. Czeret almost rhymes with merit, but a more 'et' than 'it' sound. The C Z is like Czar, but if you can't manage the unusual dipthong, just use Z. For both words, the emphasis is on the first syllable.
I've been doing administrative work, for the last few days. Setting up an OnRez and an SLExchange shop, setting up a GNUCash financial management system, and generally dealing with the annoying parts of running some sort of business.
In SL, I've been meeting people, exploring, and mostly socialising. I've also created a roleplay character.