Monthly Archives: June 2007

IFPI board member threatens blogger

I really wish I had another way title this post, but mainly a music executive threatened blogger and academic Andrew Dubber’s for his discussion on his criticism of the RIAA (then again who DOESN’T criticize the RIAA?) through the a … Continue reading

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Moving into Scion City

There goes the neighborhood! I’m moving into the Scion City Sim (I was quite surprised by the invitation actually!) At this moment, I have NO clue what to do with this space (so much so that I just found the quickest logo I had to throw up there.) I’m sure this will turn into a apex-high studio. spot soon, but in the meantime it lays bare! Scion City was built by Millions of Us for the car company Scion, and it has models of its xA, xB, and tC cars for you to drive around and customize in Second Life. You can visit the new spot at Scion City in Second Life Continue reading

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June 16th 2007 – East Meets West Fashion Show

Saturday I’ll be DJing the East Meets West Fashion Show featuring Cherry Tokyo’s Kimonos and Amaretto. The Oriental designs of Cherry Tokyo melds with the Western designs of Amaretto June 16th, at 12pm PDT/3pm EDT. This all happens at the … Continue reading

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Two Months Till SLCC 2007

SLCC ‘07 LogoThe clock ticks closer and closer to the Second Life Community Convention, which just means that while things have been crazy in setting up the conference, the next two months, everything gets kicked into overdrive! The Second Life Community Convention ’07 is going to be bigger, and more complex than last year, rather than just 1 tract, it is going to have 4 tracts, complete with DJ’s, Live Musicians, and a Masquerade Ball. Continue reading

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June 13th – The Gay Prom @ The L Word + more

This Friday’s show is going to be very different than my other weekly shows at The L Word in Second Life. This week in Second Life there is going to be The Gay Prom and in Real Life there is going to be a house party in Brooklyn, NY! I’ll be mixing live at a Brooklyn House Party as some of the women who are a part of the L Word Community are going to celebrate Maia Dutton’s Birthday (who also organized the trip to NYC)! While that is going on, in Second Life @ The L Word, The Gay Prom will proceed (think it’s just like your High School Prom) which is a apart of Altoids Gay Pride Month on The L Word in Second Life. The festivities in world and in real life begin at 5pm Pacific (or Second Life Time)/8pm Eastern (or Brooklyn Time)! This is going to be a fun, interesting, and reality crossing gig! Continue reading

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DJ’s Chosen for the SLCC

DJ’s for the Friday night and Saturday Masquerade were announced for the SLCC 2007 in Chicago. Continue reading

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MS Fly Kickoff Party, Sunday June 10th!

I’ll be DJing at Scion City in Secondlife for the MS Fly Kickoff Party on June 10th at 12pm PDT – 3pm PDT (or 3pm EST – 6pm EST). Continue reading

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Trouble Everyday Enters Second Life

On June 8th, 9pm Eastern (or 6pm Second Life Time) Trouble Everyday, the native Philidelphia band of Kyle Costill, Darren Morze, Mike the Dude and Brian Sprenger, and will be performing in Second Life. They will also be selling their album, “On the Way to Disaster” in Second Life for $L 2000 (which is about $6 USD). Continue reading

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Second Life Community Convention Registration Portals

Everette Linden has announced that Linden Lab is going to try an experiment in the upcoming weeks on how to handle the influx of new registrants into Second Life. This would be done by using already existing community portals as entrances into the world rather than just Help Island. While LL tries this test, I have to say that this points at a very large opportunity for companies, advertisement, community building and education. Continue reading

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