Fascinating discussion and analysis of SL stats. Read the comments too.
And Reuters offers a listing of SL articles at: http://secondlife.reuters.com/stories/category/second-life/ – Thanks to Jody at Hennepin County for sending that link.
Check out this post about an exhibit in Second Life from The Alzheimer Society of Ontario, in partnership with the Second Life Library 2.0:
Some of the most powerfully delivered experiences in Second Life are delivered simply. Although the brand builds of recent months are impressive, very few communicate.
The temptation is to overwhelm [...]
Via The Church of the Customer Blog comes a link to an essay by Jeff Barr about presenting in Second Life:
We might also use it as a guide for getting comfortable in SL as more librarians come into the environment:
Spend time in world Attend some events Master the basics Dress the part
The mayor of Cybrary City, Paul Miller of Talis, will officially welcome Cybrary City residents and other interested librarians on Wed, December 6 at 2:30 pm sl time, 4:30 central, and 5:30 Eastern to welcome everyone. The welcome will be held on the plaza in front of the new conference center. Second Life Blog
Jill Hurst-Wahl writes about a recent visit by a TV news crew asking her to talk about Second Life:
Below is a link to the news story online as well as the video. It ran in the second spot on the 11 p.m. news, because it was evidently a slow news night. Good for me [...]
At the Talis Cybrary w/TalisPaul Originally uploaded by mstephens7.
I visited the new Talis Cybrary in Second Life this evening and chatted with Paul Miller’s avatar about SL, libraries, and our beautiful view.
Please read his post about the Talis/SLL2.0 initiative here:
I can’t emphasize this point enough, and have said similar in [...]
This weekend in my LIS753 class we were able to visit second Life and the Second Life Information Island/Library 2.0. I logged in and walked around while the class watched on the big screen. We encountered some folks in a training session, a couple of librarians and visitors to the island. It was fascinating. [...]