On Monday 11th February Linden Lab announced the new Second Life Mini Series called “Love Made in SL”. This new limited run mini series will be “showcasing the many real stories of romance in the virtual lives of the Second Life community”. This is great news I think.
In the next few months the lab plans on unveiling a series of short video profiles that tells the stories of couples finding love in Second Life.
Here is the first episode featuring the first couple named Teal from the United States and Wolf from the United Kingdom. They both met 10 years ago at the Tiny community of Raglan Shire in Second Life. Wooooot!!!!
After a few years of a long distance relationship Teal decided to move from the US to the UK to be with Wolf. They are getting married this week.
This is lovely news and I hope they have a great wedding this week. I wish them all the very best for the future in SL and in real life.
On Tuesday 19th June a brand new video was uploaded on the official Second Life YouTube channel featuring Ebbe Altberg (Ebbe Linden) who is the CEO of Linden Lab celebrating 15 years of Second Life. The video runs for 2 minutes and 34 seconds.
Second Life the most successful virtual world ever
Ebbe is speaking in the video from Amsterdam which is great. Ebbe mentioned that 68 million US dollars was paid to creators in 2017. 5 million virtual goods listed in the marketplace. Linden Lab are moving massive amounts of infrastructure into the cloud.
At the end of the video there is a special surprise appearance from the founder of Second Life Philip Rosedale. Second Life 15 years later is still going strong and I agree Second Life is definitely the most successful virtual world out there today.
The audio is now available from Lab Chat #3 that was broadcasted on Friday 6th May 2016 in Second Life. You can listen to the show via show#115 on the Drax Files Radio Hourtalking about Second Life, Project Sansar and Project Bento.
There was no video of the show, see below for the reason!
@danielvoyager Streamlining the process for the production team. The set is relatively static while the info/audio is the most important.
Ebbe Linden recently talked about Project Sansar at the Collision Conference and the good news is that the full video is now available showing new footage of Project Sansar. The video runs for almost 15 minutes and it’s very interesting.
New Screenshots of Project Sansar
Amazing screenshots of Project Sansar and I can’t wait to see more in the months ahead. 🙂