My Second Life


ROMA anniversary

Freitag, Oktober 9th, 2009

ROMA is celebrating its 3rd anniversary with a week of special events and festivities, starting this Sunday. For anyone who is interested, I pasted the schedule:

ROMA @ III Festival Schedule
All Festival Long Displays and Rides:
ROMA Photo Contest
ROMA Film Contest
Special ROMA @ III Museum Exhibit - A History of ROMA
ROMA Gallery Exhibit - Festival Sun and [...]

Exhibition opening: Ancient Egypt

Sonntag, Mai 31st, 2009

Long time no blogging.
This is a life report from the opening of Jachmes Masala’s new Egyption exhibition that will introduce you to the finds at Gizah. No screenshots yet, sorry, I am on a crappy connectioon and a crappy machine atm, so I can’t take any screenshorts. I will supply some later.
The exhibition is quite [...]

Panel at Dragon*Con

Donnerstag, Juli 3rd, 2008

I got confirmation that my panel on Second Life at Dragon*Con is ON!
Dragon*Con is a huge comic, fantasy, anime, roleplaying, cosplay, godknowswhat convention that is attended by 30,000+ visitors each year.There are several different programming tracks running parallel and I will be talking about Second Life in the Electronic Frontiers Forum. The panel will be [...]

Presentation on Education in Second Life

Donnerstag, Oktober 25th, 2007

I was invited by Pedro Meya Marty to give a presentation on education in Second Life as part of one of their seminars. The focus was supposed to be on the potential use of Second Life for schools.
The whole event was of special interest to me, as they were able to provide a Shoutcast [...]

Meet the Maya - in SL

Donnerstag, August 9th, 2007

I went to a wonderful showing of some documentations my Usu Ventura at the New Globe’s theater last week. I was just too busy to blog when it happened. He shot wonderful material about the Maya in Mexico and Guatemala. He talked to archelogogists and was there when they unearthed old wall paintings and shared [...]

Education place of the day: Globe Theater on Renaissance Island

Donnerstag, Juni 14th, 2007

Rennaissance Island - at first sight - i s a nice, even if not exactly breathtaking place. Prim sheep are scattered all around a late medieval, somewhat rural town. The houses are for rent and when I visited it the place was rather quiet.
Yet it has some appeal, if you take a closer look. The [...]