Fantasy Faire 2016 has opens its gates, and will run through until Sunday, May 1st. It brings together everyone with a love of fantasy – enthusiasts, creators, performers and designers – for eleven days of commerce, special events, live music concerts and more, all to help raise funds for Relay for Life of Second Life. […]
For weekend viewing, here’s Strawberry Singh demoing her avatar physics layer, which makes one’s avatar extremities more susceptible to the laws of virtual gravity and Newtownian inertia. Which is a fancy ways of saying there’s a lot of bodacious bouncing…
The Blarney Stone (Irish Bar in Second Life) and Toby’s Juke Joint (one of the oldest clubs in SL) were featured in the new video. The video runs for 1 minute and it’s worth watching if you want to grab a drink with friends.
On Wednesday, March 9th, I blogged about a new Tips and Tricks blog post which appeared on the official SL blogs, with the general title of Tips and Tricks from the Community. In writing my article, I pondered if the Lab’s post marked a one-off or the start of a new regular or semi-regular series […]
To the entire staff, Chain Breaker dancers and supporters – thank you for your hard work and time.
Over two days 110 women dancers from within Second Life took part in making a brand new video for the upcoming One Billion Rising event in Second Life for 2016. Many others donated their time to make this video possible. Great work! 🙂
One Billion Rising in Second Life 2016 opens to the public on Sunday 14th February 2016. Head to the OBR regions on the Map and dance to show your support. There are many interesting exhibitions around the outside of the regions worth checking out.
This got released Friday (2/5) and I didn’t catch it until today. The post is here: Drax World Makers Episode 36: Project Bento. There was a preview released Wednesday (2/3). I think after watching the two the plan changed at some point. Both are neat videos in their own right…
The full video of the second Lab Chat featuring Ebbe Linden that aired on 21st January 2016 is now available to watch again. The full video (720p) runs for 1 hour and 36 minutes. Thanks to Zarrakan for uploading the whole episode. 🙂
The transcript and audio from episode 2 of Lab Chat is available here. Special thanks to Inara Pey for sharing the transcript and audio. 🙂