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Saturday, February 10, 2007

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Morris Vig

Komuso Tokugawa played an amazing show at the Oyster Bay aquarium in Oyster last week. Photos from the show, with the Man in Red playing to a filled-up Oyster Sim and a half-filled Shepherd sim....not to mention sharks, jellyfish, etc....are on display at the Oyster Bay Market in Shepherd through February 15. http://slurl.com/secondlife/Shepherd/250/100/95/

Osprey Therian

Journey to the Memory Garden opens at 4pm. This intriguing show uses the Photography Studio of Grignano as a portal - tp to the exhibit from the landmark included in the informational notecard in the upstairs gallery.

GBC coverage here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plTWLTrg1Rw

Pilsen Barrett

"The Grid of Passion," my recent SL machinima entry in NBC's "It's Your Show" contest, raised some eyebrows but lost out to a live-action, sketch-comedy-type entry.

Machinima is new to many real-world viewers -- many think it is "animation." I set them straight as best as I can (see the comments underneath the video at the link below). For more details, see page 25 of last week's Metaverse Messenger.

http://www.iystv.com/5575_The_Grid_of_Passion/media

qarl

Hamlet has been talking lately of caves - i thought it'd be a good time to announce my own sim-filling seven mile long cave project.

http://www.qarl.com/qLab/?p=46

enjoy.

Moriash Moreau

The caves are really quite cool. Spent a couple hours wandering already. Note that, due to the altitude, you'll need some form of flight assist to get around. I ended up whipping up a quick and dirty mouselook-driven assist attachment on the spot, just so I wouldn't have to leave to procure a suitable one. The script is linked from here if anyone would like to use it.

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