Dr. Tony O’Driscoll (Wada Tripp in SL) describes the 7 Sensibilities that Differentiate Virtual Social Worlds from other interactive media and makes the argument that these sensibilities provide us with unprecedented freedom to create true experential learning opportunities. This video… Continue Reading
A new machinima from Draxtor Despres reporting on: ” President Barack Obama’s recent visit to Ghana was the first public appearance in official capacity and it was also the most tweeted, facebooked and SMS’ed event so far for his web savvy… Continue Reading
Here is the lasted (2009) offing from Machinima maker Lainy Voom. You can read about it on her website and some more in the New World Notes Weekend Machinima feature: http://nwn.blogs.com/nwn/2009/07/weekend-machinima.html. Be sure to have a look at her other… Continue Reading
An excerpt from Mary Austin’s 1903 collection “The Land Of Little Rain” Machinima by, Draxtor Depres. This is the second machinima installment from The California Legacy Project at Santa Clara University. The project is dedicated to preserving California’s unique culture through republishing… Continue Reading
By Hackshaven creator of the NOAA islands in Second Life – A short piece describing why government (specifically NOAA) needs to take advantage of social media in order to better serve its constituents.
Some of the very best places in Second Life. Unfortunately a few of the sims are no longer there or have been redesigned by their creators. Great to see they were captures so beautifully. Postcard (Documenting the Virtual 2) from Lainy… Continue Reading
Beyond Magic — By Halden Beaumont, received the most votes in a Rezzable competition for the best 12 SL videos. There were 24 entries. The voting is over but you can still view them all of the entries by going to:… Continue Reading
Youtube Machinima Snippit of all available Virtual Worlds to date (back in 2008). Some have come and gone with new Virtual Worlds replacing them. — And maybe one day soon we will be able to move between them with one… Continue Reading