Inside of 20 minutes of perusing the website and playing in QWAQ, I'm indeed impressed and relieved. We can finally start having vw conversations, as compared with Second Life conversations. Meet one of me's in SL to go dancing or tour some incredible builds, but please don't ask me to "work" there unless all you want to do is talk, on voice.
Like most of us, I've got a range apps to get things done and live my life. These days, I'm only interested in technology that works well,… Continue
Added by Suzanne Aurilio on April 29, 2008 at 4:33pm —
help me win the Babelgum Online Film Festival!
My film, “PINOCCHIO”, is competing in the Short Film category and needs more votes to make the shortlist. So please give me a helping hand by voting for it yourself – it’s pretty simple:
Download Babelgum here: www.babelgum.com/download
Enter the Films & Festivals Community (it’s the first one on the top left corner when you start Babelgum) and search for my film:… Continue
Added by Andrea Rossetti on April 28, 2008 at 11:58am —
- is an installation of soundsketches (or toys) I've created in Second Life™ since 2006. These we're brought together for a real life conference on sonic art called PEOPLE:PLACE:PRESENCE at FACT - Foundation for Art and Creative Technology in Liverpool - on 2nd April.
This collection of soundtoys is collected together till the end of April - at -… Continue
Added by Annabeth Robinson on April 27, 2008 at 6:30am —
Multiuser (MMO) online Virtual Real Worlds (VRWs) are more robust and immersive by using peer-to-peer (P2P) (Intra/Internet) networking to store virtual real worlds, system (VRWS) or a galaxy (VRWG) on their own computer. Blending P2P networking with online VRWs will enable virtual real worlds to become more stable, secure, private and more expandable. VRWs can be located at various geographic locations providing the basic 3D engine and 'World' downloads as well as hosting a 'virtual real… Continue
Added by Ken Rigby (Tele3DWorld/MellaniuM/InterVerzaL) on April 26, 2008 at 9:13pm —
It was a pleasure to present over SKYPE using our INTERVERSAL technology some of our environments to Chadrick Baker.
He blogged about the experience here at:
If you would like a similar personal presentation, please call me at joe133952
Added by Joe Rigby on April 25, 2008 at 9:44am —
Just figured out myself that the Internet is the best of tools and the worst of tools? Who can find anything that is really useful?Why do we have to wade through so much of the Slough of Despond before we find a few nuggets of true worth? I must post these links for anyone who wants some data to ponder.
PONDER AWAY ARRIVE AT YOUR OWN CONCLUSIONS!
REAL TIME SL STATISTICS…
Added by Joe Rigby on April 25, 2008 at 9:30am —
For a sample of MellaniuM VRW's click on this link "THE INVOCATION OF THOTH"
Shawn Graham noted blogger on education in SL "Electric Archaeology: Digital Media for Learning and Research" commented on the promise of MellaniuM. One could say he is a modern day archaeological Janus, looking adeptly into… Continue
Added by Joe Rigby on April 25, 2008 at 9:00am —
Re: NASA MMO 21st April 2008 NASA MMO Game Workshop
I don’t see any real problems technically but creating a script that can meet the 3D to 3D paradigm (non-linear learning) we be at a premium. Any suggestions or contacts on 3D to 3D paradigm script generation would be welcome.
I will be on the contact list.
If any human being earnestly desires to push on to new discoveries instead of just retaining and using the old; to win victories… Continue
Added by Ken Rigby (Tele3DWorld/MellaniuM/InterVerzaL) on April 24, 2008 at 11:00am —
From the top of the Starbase 3 to the bottom of the Nano in my tiny heart
Covering SL 24/7 & bringing you the news you wont see on TV (whatever that was)
Pooky: Good Evening Second nation, and here now The Slews!
Hydra: Yararlı evening & işte hálen haberler ! Good evening in Turkish, the 24th in countries who particpate in SL.
P: Todays top story http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/24280422/?GT1=43001 Black Holes belching & Why Is The Internet… Continue
Added by Pooky Amsterdam on April 24, 2008 at 10:00am —
Take a good look at the last several promises you made or were made to you. Did you or they keep them? The answer is a clear indication of whether you’re a person or they are a person of their word.
Everyday actions also give clues to how good you are at honoring commitments, even to yourself. Do you stay on budgets or diets you set? Do you keep appointments and show up on time?” Your peers are your best judges, so ask them how reliable you are, suggests Randy Cohen, the… Continue
Added by Jay Deragon on April 24, 2008 at 7:15am —
Federal Virtual Worlds Expo: Implementing the Future April 24-25, 2008
National Defense University and Second Life
Washington, DC and the Grid
SL Conference Location:
IRMC Conference Center
SL Video Streaming locations:
Added by Barry Everett on April 23, 2008 at 11:00pm —
For those of you who are interested in a summit with the purpose of helping organizations learn how to implement immersive worlds and serious gaming, this is an event worth attending. Go to www.altsummit.com for details. Hope to meet some of you there.
Added by Richard Kristof on April 23, 2008 at 5:15pm —
Terabytes of information appears daily and is exchanged with hundreds of millions of individuals globally. The collective conversations represent an abundance of information about anything, everything and everyone.
It is from these conversations that we individually and collectively are inspired to learn of a new world fueled by a Relationship Economy where the overriding factor of value is learning.
Many people equate learning with an educational institution of… Continue
Added by Jay Deragon on April 23, 2008 at 6:18am —
The Russian team of Alternativa 3D brings you a new, one click Virtual World. A Flash 3D development project like Papervision3D and an ambitious roadmap towards the final release of this clientless, engine less world. View a demo and read more after the fold...
Added by Digado on April 21, 2008 at 5:24am —
We are moving TechTalk@SL venue from its previous parcel at Norfolk to the new Tech Park at Iowa. This is possible with the help of Dan Power (aka Leinad Meriman). Currently Norfolk corner is empty and most of the work for the new place is done. Once we have everything prepared I will notify all associated groups and sites. Any help is appreciated, just message me in-world or here.
Added by Emil Stoyanov on April 20, 2008 at 10:52am —
This press release is about a fantasy property I created for Star Farm Productions. It’s called Kaimira, and I am leading creative development on it across media as well as writing the books (with one other author). For the book series I use the pen name Monk Ashland.
BBC WORLDWIDE ANNOUNCES INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
DEAL WITH STAR FARM PRODUCTIONS
INVESTMENT IN NEW EPIC FANTASY KAIMIRA CONFIRMED
BBC Worldwide today confirmed a development… Continue
Added by Chris Rettstatt on April 20, 2008 at 10:19am —
I am keenly interested in the design of serious games and corporate learning in virtual worlds, and would like to connect with other members of the Association who have similar interests.
If you work in the field, or know of products and resources that are setting standards of design excellence, please post your perspective and suggestions.
Normally when I blog, I focus on a theme. Now I am focused on my appetite instead. To share and learn.
Background about me.… Continue
Added by Robert Becker on April 18, 2008 at 4:00pm —
Seth Godin writes “Most power occurs because one side is better organized than the other. Labor is usually less well organized than management, criminals are usually less well organized than the police and customers are always less well organized than producers.
The internet promises to change that. It does it occasionally, sort of randomly. Sometimes, users will rise up and complain (as they did at Facebook). Or voters will organize online and hurt (or help) a… Continue
Added by Jay Deragon on April 18, 2008 at 6:00am —
In 1990 I took a workshop from John Sklar & Jim Kasum through the Milwaukee Educational Computing Association. It was an HTML workshop and I created my very first vanity page. Ever since then I have been adding to and keeping up websites. Unfortunately, I was never able to find anyone to teach me the higher end web skills, but I kept using HTML, then FrontPage, and now Dreamweaver for most of our school websites. I'm the low end webmaster dying to… Continue
Added by Noreen Strehlow on April 17, 2008 at 12:44pm —
From the top of the International SpaceFight Museum to the bottom of Okeanos coral reef...Covering the Wetaverse 24/7 & bringing you the news not found on your local weather channell-
P: Good Evening Second Nation and here now the Slews
H: God aften og nå meddelelsene
P: This is a science program, not a religious one.
H: That is good evning in Norwegian, # in SL current Metaverse & that is M as in Me not W as in… Continue
Added by Pooky Amsterdam on April 17, 2008 at 10:00am —