The untiring Gwen Carillon, one of the best jewelry creators in Second Life, and the long-time president of the Content Creators Association, a SL organisation “to support, inform and assist creators in protection of original content and other content related issues”, has launched a new project: Step UP! for Content […]
So how do you get hundreds of researchers to simultaneously present their papers at different places in the world, on a conference spanning the globe? The ingenuous solution: use Second Life. Starting today, and going on until the 26th, SLactions is live. Researchers in virtual worlds all over the world […]
It’s today! And if you still don’t know how to talk like a pirate, nothing like getting one Pirate Translator HUD, like my own GUUD Simple Pirate Translator 1.0, available from XStreetSL and a few scattered in-world locations for your pleasure: Colonia Nova Ross Io Then take a look at […]
Ready to admire some creative work in accessories for your beloved avatar? Well, what better opportunity but to take a jump to the Jewelry Fair 2009, which opens today 🙂 … there go my few remaining L$, lol. Ah well. Most of it goes to charity anyway.
TEDxEdges (http://tedxedges.com) is TED‘s programme for local initiatives, where a conference takes place in a specific country of region, following in general the same format and with the same quality of the ever so popular TED Talks, but independently organised. Tomorrow, September 18th, they will be physically in Lisbon, Portugal, […]
This article requires a disclaimer. I am by no means a disinterested party, but a heavilly biased one. My own company, Beta Technologies, has officially launching the Beta Business Park on September 15th, 2009. Obviously you will expect me to support the whole concept 🙂 and not be too skeptical […]
Jumping into Blue Mars earlier today — while my roomie was asleep and I could use her PC, the only machine at our place that is powerful enough (and has the correct operating system!) to log in to Blue Mars and get some 8 FPS out of it — was […]