Welcome Ziggy Figaro to SL Bloggers

•June 5, 2007 • 1 Comment

Well RL has kept me busy and I haven’t had a chance yet to welcome Ziggy to our group.

Ziggy blogs as his RL persona Mitch Wagner for Information Week, his RSS feed can be found here Ziggy’s RSS.

I met Ziggy through the Life 2.o Summit and Dr. Dobb’s / Information Week events, and think he will be a great addition  to the group. Though I am not sure what he is going to make of our group meetings , hehe

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The Official SLCC Blog

•May 31, 2007 • 4 Comments

Info on the  Second Life Community Convention 2007, for anyone interested in attending this year..

The Official SLCC Blog

Linden Lab Plans Stability Improvements, Web Hooks, And Face-Lift For Second Life – Second Life – InformationWeek

•May 31, 2007 • Leave a Comment

Some of the same things we have been hearing, but some interesting info, like Linden Labs opening up IM to the internet….

Linden Lab Plans Stability Improvements, Web Hooks, And Face-Lift For Second Life – Second Life – InformationWeek

Sweden upstaged in virtual diplomacy – Yahoo! News

•May 30, 2007 • Leave a Comment

Sweden officially opens its embassy in SL.

Sweden upstaged in virtual diplomacy – Yahoo! News

Is Second Life Just A Big Chatroom? – Second Life – InformationWeek

•May 30, 2007 • Leave a Comment

Mitch (or Ziggy as he is know in SL) poses a good question, what do you think?

Is Second Life Just A Big Chatroom? – Second Life – InformationWeek

Linden Lab Needs To Bring In Professional Management – Second Life – InformationWeek

•May 29, 2007 • Leave a Comment

Another article from Information Week, (yea, I know 3 in a row, but this is stuff I think needs to get out there).

Linden Lab Needs To Bring In Professional Management – Second Life – InformationWeek

Linden Lab CEO Philip Rosedale Talks About Identity, Anonymity, And Preserving Freedom In Second Life – Second Life – InformationWeek

•May 29, 2007 • Leave a Comment

 An article from Information Week.

 Linden Lab CEO Philip Rosedale Talks About Identity, Anonymity, And Preserving Freedom In Second Life – Second Life – InformationWeek