Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Busy Political Week in SL

It has been busy politically in SL this week, and it is only Tuesday. So far I've attended two very different events. Yesterday I attended an interview with Arianna Huffington in SL... almost. And today I attended a G8 protest at Reuters Island.











































































Earlier in the week, on Monday, I attended a presentation that was really Jimbo interviewing Arianna Huffington in SL. Except she was only in SL via audio, the microphone on her was either the wrong type or improperly attached so I couldn't hear very much of her answers.

I ranted about Yearly Kos and SL in an earlier post but these pics sort of illustrate what I'm talking about. The "sit and listen" format that so many folks design for events in SL is BORING! If you look at these pics of the two events... the G8 protest and the Arianna interview... which one do you think looks more interesting?

















































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Ana Herzog, avatar in the virtual world of Second Life, expounds on the semiotics of identity in the metaverse, alternate realities, feminism, artistic expression and the growing use of SL as a a progressive networking tool. Second Ana was born into Second Life on July 8th of 2006. Her island, The Womens Center, will officially open on the Autumnal Equinox. She owns Casita Gaia, an Interior Furnishings Boutique in Barcelona del Oeste. She is the local coordinator for CODEPINK SL. CODEPINK SL is an international chapter of CODEPINK Women for Peace. CODEPINK is also represented by our hut hangout on Commonwealth Island where our neighbors include the ACLU and Green Peace.