Volunteers needed for SL10B Community Celebration which takes place in June 2013


There is a new post on the SL10B blog mentioning a need for volunteers, performers, djs, stage crew and exhibitors etc. The SL10B Community Celebration sims open to builders later this month and then the countdown preparations are underway. The big 10th birthday starts on 16th June through to 23rd June 2013 which is going to fantastic. It’s set to be bigger than ever before and hopefully with more blog coverage this year. 😀

The SL10B organisers are calling out grid wide to find the best people to fit the roles. Applications for SL10B close on 20th May 2013. So hurry! 🙂

  • 42 days left until SL10B opens! 

I’ve applied for a number of SL10B roles and can’t wait to start volunteering. Here is the latest announcement on the SL10B blog below:

The SLB Community Celebration is looking for Volunteers, Performers, DJ’s, Stage Crew, and Exhibitors to be part of the event taking place from June 16-23 2013.

Applications close on May 20.

To register, go to http://slcommunitycelebration.com/ for more information and links to the pages on which you can sign up!

It will be a first come first served basis for time preferences, so get your application in as soon as possible to make sure you get your dream slot!

Any questions, IM Budster Bashly or Doc Gascoigne inworld.

It’s really worth signing up and being part of Second Life history in celebrating 10 years. Woooot!!!!

The first five episodes of The Drax Files


Draxtor has now filmed five episodes of The Drax Files so far this year and all of the videos have been awesome. Episode 5 has just been released about musicians in Second Life and the real world. Watch and catch up with all the episodes 1-5 here.

Details about Episode 5

“Who says what is real and what is not real?” asks Argentine post-rocker Pupito Helstein about his experience playing in Barcelona one night and in the virtual world of Second Life the next morning.

The music group Engrama, which he founded with his girlfriend (Spanish drummer Lakua Arriaga) has fans from all over the world thanks to the possibilities afforded by a persistent digital universe populated by colorful avatars.

Engrama has been playing original songs (and covers by Sigur Ros, Radiohead among others) in clubs and on self-designed stages all over SL for the past four years.

The band’s followers have treasured unique live recordings (yes: approved bootlegs!) infused with memories of sharing an emotional experience and space (albeit one that is made of pixels perhaps, but nonetheless deeply connecting to heart and soul).

Music transcends cultural, geographical and sometimes even generational differences just as much as an open-ended virtual world can!

Do you have a favorite episode of The Drax Files so far ?