Some new exposure for our favourite virtual platform wuth this new music video for breakout rock group, TARSHA!
Produced by Aleisha Russell / Esprit Films. Edited By Chris Lowe / Suite 7 Productions, some doubt that the heavy metal style and visual aesthetic here will actually appeal to SL residents, but the lyrics are clear enough. One wonders why they didn't come up with a video that actually made some use of the virtual space though.
Friday, July 24, 2009
Saturday, July 18, 2009
Dousa Dragonash brings to you the latest news in the real and virtual worlds. Lucy Eberhardt, winner of the metaverse reality show I Wanna Be A Celebrity is guest in studio to speak about her upcoming show on Metaverse TV. Fashion reporter, Amariah Francis reports from St Leo University.
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Thursday, July 16, 2009
Edward Castronova (PhD, Economics, Wisconsin, 1991) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Telecommunications at Indiana University, Bloomington. He is the father of economic analysis of virtual worlds and has numerous publications on that topic, including Synthetic Worlds and Exodus to the Virtual World. He delivered the keynote address for the Washington and Lee School of Law symposium Protecting Virtual Playgrounds: Children, Law and Play Online.
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
The latest episode of Steve Cropper's show.
In 1969 man landed on the moon. But many believe it never happened. The Relay For Life happens in the virtual world Second Life on July 18th. Our band SpaceJunky performs 'Love Forgives'. That's Life On Line from July 15th.
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Thursday, July 9, 2009
Global Kids uses media and technology to foster civic participation and global awareness. In its Online Leadership Program, students make games, create animated movies, and produce videos that explore global issues.
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Sunday, July 5, 2009
Thursday, July 2, 2009
You Tube removed the full feature but here is a new preview version.
Another Perfect World is a documentary about digital utopias, about online worlds created as places for work, play, friendship and love.
People have always created utopias, worlds that reflect the greatest, most enlightened and noble ideas of the period in which they live. The utopias of the future will be created online, in digital worlds capable of rendering photo-realistic depictions of whatever the mind can imagine with technologies that allow people from around the world to join in. We now have the chance to build a new world from scratch.
If you were going to do so, on which principles would you establish it? What is more important: freedom of expression; an active marketplace to encourage social interaction; or laws to define the limits of social relations?
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
The world was shocked by the recent death of Michael Jackson. We remember him on the show and look back over a remarkable career.Fashion is a favourite obsession for millions of people the world over and in virtual worlds too! Fashion expert Scarlett Niven explains why and previews a new virtual world dedicated to fashion, Frenzoo.com.A company’s good name is worth its weight in gold but many companies promise the earth in advertising but don’t deliver. Corporate reputation expert Alex Harris explains what companies – larger and small – can do to improve their standing with the community.Musically, Shakti Cianci introduces a reggae band from Tasmania, the protest group Bomba, who is campaigning against logging in the ancient Tasmanian forests.
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