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Communing With Second Lifers at the Convention

Posted in GETV Episode by ekai on the August 30th, 2006

We caught up with Philip Rosedale aka Philip Linden, the man that birthed the massively multi-player experience known as Second Life, at the second annual Second Life Community Convention in San Francisco. GETV’s Irina Slutsky gets some insight from Philip on what makes Second Life so compelling that people will give up their first life to join in. Few people live Second Life like Eric RIce aka Spin Martin, who gives Irina a peak into his world. Also, Varna McLean shows us around her pocket park.

Episode links: Philip Rosedale, Linden Lab, Second Life, SLCC, Eric Rice, Spin Martin, boating1, boating2, tight pants, love hurts

  • Torley Linden

    That flower in her hair is super-awesome. Is it an orchid?

    Smiles all around!

  • Kona Linden

    Why yes, Torley, that is an orchid…an oncidium orchid to be exact!

    Kool-aid to all!

  • Lilly Anna

    It is awesome seeing the Second Lifers!!! But Irina you keep interupting them mid sentence and state exactly what they were trying to get out, its their interview not yours.

  • Irina

    lilly anna, you’re absolutely right! i get so excited! i’m gonna have to do some valium next time. or maybe dilaudid.

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