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Wednesday, August 05, 2009

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Mal Burns

He'll be missed. A sad and early demise.

Extropia DaSilva

I owe this man my life (kind of). It was his column in 'Edge' Magazine (focusing on virtual worlds with an emphasis on SL), that encouraged my primary to set up my account.

I never got to meet him, and now I never will. Yes, that is sad.

Penny Patton

I found out about this the morning of the 5th. The previous night I was thinking about his columns in Edge magazine and spent most of the night trying to find if he had a Twitter account or blog.

It felt so strange to find out he had passed away literally the previous day.

I'd always kinda hoped to run across him in SL. He was a great writer.

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