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SL Book Fair 2008

April 23rd, 2008 | Category: Books, Fair, Places to Visit, Storytelling

From notecard and group notice:

The Second Life Book Fair 2008 will be held April 25-27, on Book Island and Publishing Island, and with loads of events, there is something sure to please everyone. Here are some direct SLURL’s to event areas.

Book Island Stage

Cartland Court

Beach Discussion Area

Publishing Island Stage

Here is the event schedule:

Friday 25th
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Discussion With Science Fiction Writer Charles Stross

November 10th, 2007 | Category: Discussion, RL Meets SL, Storytelling

What: GridTalk Tuesday With Science Fiction Writer Charles Stross

When: Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 8 a.m. Second Life time/Pacific time

Where: Dr. Dobb’s Island Amphitheater

Description: Our guest for our next GridTalk is science-fiction writer Charles Stross, whose most recent novel Halting State, is set in the near future — just 11 years from now, when virtual worlds, massively multiplayer games, advanced mobile computing, and augmented reality are a part of daily life.

Stross will discuss the world he created for Halting State, and how networked technologies are likely to evolve and affect our daily life and business over the course of the next decade.

It’s really hard to predict the future on the scale Stross does. Imagine yourself in 1996. Back then, would you have predicted the ubiquity of smartphones, user-generated content on the Internet (blogs weren’t even invented yet), Facebook, MySpace, the massive American entertainment industry grinding to a complete halt over a dispute over Internet video, and post-9/11 geopolitics? Could you have imagined, in your bones, what it would be like to live in that world?

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Native American Storytelling

August 10th, 2007 | Category: Live Music, Storytelling

Native American Storytelling

When: Aug 11, 2007 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM (Saturday)

Where: Lunalis Second Life

Tags: Arts and Culture Boondoggle Gruppman Lunalis Second Life

Description: Cyon Manga, Red Rock Mesa’s Resident Storyteller, will share more in her series of Native American stories and legends. The sim usually gets pretty crowded! So, show up early and relax to the music.

We will meet at the Gathering Circle, in the middle of the lower Red Rock Mesa grounds. Cyon would also like to invite everyone to dance, following the storytelling.

Everyone is Welcome To Come!

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