No sign of flagging interest in Virtual Worlds acording to recent Linden Lab report

Image via CrunchBase Linden Lab have just released the findings of their recent analysis of Second Life usage.  400 million hours of resident participation – that’s over 45,000 years for a single user! Given that the report also shows a marked increase in resident ownership and economic participation – it bodes well for MUVEs and […]

Our Wedding

Amanda and I have just returned from our wedding and are about to take our witnesses out to dinner.  We hope you enjoy this slideshow. The afternoon was a bit cool and wet – and as you’ll see we spent some of the ceremony under umbrellas – but it was a hoot and only our […]

Australasian Virtual Worlds Workshop 2008

Australasian Virtual Worlds Workshop 2008 November 28/29, 2008 Swinburne University, Melbourne, Australia And selected locations in Second Life ® The Australasian Virtual Worlds Workshop is an event for Australasian researchers, educators, arts and business people involved in virtual worlds, to meet and discuss topics related to virtual worlds. The aim of this workshop is to […]

NMC Symposium session update

Back in December Alex Hayes and I presented a session at the NMC Symposium on the Evolution of Communication. I’ve just been advised by Alan Levine from the NMC that all the videos and transcripts from our session and others are available at: Our bits and pieces are here: Evolution | Revolution: Architectures for […]