Just something to see to remind us all of how deeply immersed we are compared to a first timer.
hey… enjoy those pixels and don’t let yourself be shamed or guilted by those who would censor your creative adventure!
Originally posted on Mona Eberhardt:
In my previous post, I discussed an attitude that tends to portray Second Life as a whole in a negative manner simply because there is a strong sexual side to it – what I have called the “X-rated smear of Second Life“. In that post, I touched upon the general culture that lies behind this attitude and targets mostly women, aiming to control and censor them. Today, I’m going to turn my attention more to the proponents of the “let’s appeal to the mainstream” line of argumentation, through the academia and its attitude towards SL that is largely driven by the same factor.
In the wake of the Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education 2014 Conference, the 15th installment of The Drax Files Radio Hour podcast was dedicated to the usage of virtual…
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and how do you spell community?
Originally posted on Prim Perfect:
We’ve been talking on this blog recently about the importance of communities in growing Second Life here and here – and it was an issue on the Designing Worlds show about Second Life retention.
We will be exploring the issue further with an interactive installation at the Second Life 11th Birthday Celebration – we are putting it together now!
What is important about Second Life? What keeps you logging in?
And we want to ask people … How should Second Life be advertised? What sort of demographic should it be reaching out to? What sort of training should Second Life offer? Should training be outsourced to resident groups?
And above all we want to ask – what is what does community mean to you? What type of a community would you like to live in? What does a community need to keep it…
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