Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Metaverse Week In Review - 21st of June 2009

In all the chaos of SL6B I forgot to publkish last week's show here, so here it is for the record.

This Sunday's show will be up shortly - our first ever inworld edition.

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Monday, June 29, 2009

SL6B: Phillip Rosedale's Closing Keynotes

June 29th, 2009 11AM SLT: Phillip Linden Keynote at closing of SL6B . MBC broadcast.

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Saturday, June 27, 2009

MBC News 6-27-2009

Dousa Dragonash and so0me strange bloke host this weeks news from the SL 6th Birthday.

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Friday, June 26, 2009

Another perfect world

One of the best documentaries on virtual world yet, this was screened a few nights back by More4 here in the UK. Here is a version via YouTube which will hopefully work for a worldwide audience. It runs to around 70 minutes, but we think it's essential viewing. So click, sit back and enjoy.

60 Seconds at SL6B

Preview clip of the 60 Seconds project we are filming twice daily at the Second Life birthday expo. The clips will eventually be compiled into a feature length documentary.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

MBC News 6-17-2009

MBC News with Dousa Dragonash and Sigmund Leominster. Jenaia Morane is in the studio with virtual guide dog "Max" and this weeks news in the Real and Virtual Worlds.

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Monday, June 15, 2009

Metaverse Week in Review - 14th June 2009

Yesterday's edit of our weekly show. Slightly shorter than usual since we had to move on for filming at Orange Island.

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Life On Line #9, June 15th 2009

Life On Line is proud to support two very worthy causes. The Friends Fighting Cancer who have tirelessly worked to raise money for the Relay For Life, a global cancer research fundraiser staged in the virtual world Second Life.And Amnesty International has recently appointed the extremely hard-working Amy Cross as their global Online Coordinator to campaign in support of Amnesty International through the internet.Both are featured in the current edition of Life On Line.We also take a closer look at remarkable new virtual technology – a digital artificial intelligence called Milo, created by Lionhead Studios.Musically, Shakti Cianci of SpaceJunky introduces the winner of the recent Sony Remix contest. We showcase the winning music video by Metaphysics from Germany.

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Saturday, June 13, 2009

Spencer Zuzolo of 3D Squared with Rita J. King

This video highlights a recent interview with Spencer Zuzolo, the head of Lafayette, Louisiana non-profit, 3D Squared with Rita J. King in the virtual world of Second Life on the "Copper Robot" talk show hosted by Mitch Wagner. Spencer and Rita discuss the importance of Louisiana as a base for creative approaches to economic recovery and education transformation, through science and technology education and games.

Watch the entire Copper Robot session in our "On Demand" archives at http://www.livestream.com/metaworld2

Friday, June 12, 2009


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Thursday, June 11, 2009

PeaceFest 09 Announcement!

Announcing PeaceFest 09, a three-day event to benefit peace-building organizations, and happening in Second Life. Starting July 31, PeaceFest will feature live musicians, artworks, panel discussions, and events of all kinds to entertain, educate and generate contributions for worthy causes that have global impact. PeaceFest 09. Dream. Care. Do.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

John Failla of Tesoro Events and Virtual Events

John Failla is CEO of Tesoro Events, focused on exploring, studying, and evaluating emerging business to business media models. While at the Virtual Edge Summit last week, we had an opportunity to chat about the impact of virtual events and the different stages of development. Also, congratulations to John for his new blog titled "Virtual Event Insights." His first post builds on his thoughts regarding how the retail industry dealt with going digital and looks at how publishers have dealt with this. If you have time, I recommend checking it out and look forward to reading more of John's thoughts on virtual events. Here is a summary of the conversation:

Impact of Virtual Events
- The growth of virtual events is very reminiscent of what was happening when Internet was first impacting retail
- Retailers were trying to figure out how this would impact their retail business
- Retailers learned how to use Internet-based tools to serve their customers
- Like this previous experience, many of the same questions are being asked - will physical events go away, how can these work together, will virtual replace physical

Different Stages of Virtual Events
- People will become aware of the virtual event tools and what they're capable of doing
- Next stage is how they can use and implement a virtual event
- Final stage is how to learn how to implement and use virtual events to expand reach of an event
- In 2-4 years, a physical event will naturally have a virtual component.

Monday, June 8, 2009

Metaverse Week in Review - 7th June 2009

Yesterday's crashful edition of our informal weekly review on the Real Virtualities TV channel. Over 2 hours of news, clips, gossip and the unexpected.

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Friday, June 5, 2009

MBC News 6-5-2009

The latest news from Dousa and crew at MBC.

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Monday, June 1, 2009

Metaverse Week in Review - 31st May 2009

Yesterday's episode of our weekly show. Tara yeats and myself were joined by JoJa Dhara, Slim Warrior and other guests, with a surprise live musical treat at the end from Brad Monnet (JoolZz) in his home studio.

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Life On Line #8, June 1st 2009

This edition of Life On Line gazes into Microsoft’s crystal ball as Steve talks with Microsoft evangelist Zain Naboulsi, who describes how we will experience the internet in the future. Musically, the Aussie talent of Hughie performs ‘Slap That Ass’ from an album produced with Kirk Pengilly of INXS.

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