‘Pimp your virtual worlds site’ 2011

With the growth in virtual worlds, there’s been a parallel growth in people writing / podcasting / creating content about them. Whether its Second Life, Entropia, Blue Mars, OpenSim or anything in-between, we want to hear about it.

If you have a blog / podcast / machinima you’re mighty proud of, then post a link in the comments so everyone can check it out. It also gives me a great opportunity to add new sites to our links.

So pimp away!

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  1. http://lokiboy.blogspot.com/ my box of stuff related to my second life where i and my gang of goonies explore and roleplay fun games. I do alot of machinima to document the adventures and also write about current projects and the changing face of Second Life.

    http://lokiboy.blogspot.com/

  2. http://uwainsl.blogspot.com/ The blog for the University of Western Australia presence. A lot of coverage of art and machinima (UWA 3D Open Art & Machinima Challenges) with a sprinkling os Teaching, Architecture and Research activities as they occur

  3. Thanks for the opportunity! I blog about my work with students in OpenSim at this address:
    http://metatek.blogspot.com/search/label/virtual%20worlds

  4. I write about content standards, legal considerations, and other research topics for the OpenSim and SecondLife platforms at http://www.shenlei.com; and my books on OpenSim and avatar apparel development may be found here: http://tinyurl.com/4bmpkbf

  5. Check out our aggregation of video at http://mbtv.live.nu – app also available.

  6. Erik Nauman’s blog (already commented by him on this post) is a worthy one with OpenSim being used in the classroom frequently and making a real difference =)

    good luck with your list!

  7. PookyMedia has some great content that uses Second Life as a media platform and more.
    Here is the films site with our award winning machinima :
    http://www.pookymediafilms.com/
    Here are the game shows I have been pioneering for a while now – Live Online virtual Entertainment which is sure to be the forerunner of audience participation in connected TV
    http://www.the1stquestion.com/
    http://www.thedatingcasino.com/

    and here is my blog where I write about the soul of the virtual experience.
    http://www.pookyamsterdam.com/
    Having a virtual identity has allowed for multi dimensions not just in reality but in development of interests, communication and much more for me.
    Thanks Lowell!

  8. I just started a personal blog, I dunno if you all will find it interesting. My skills ain’t all that.
    http://samadhiquandry.blogspot.com/

  9. Michael Blade says:

    Opensim, Science Fiction themed world as a tribute to Great Science Fiction Writers. Can be found at http://Viradu.com I also write a science fiction blog and am the first sci-fi blogger with his own virtual world! You can find my blog at http://webmac.com called “Transhuman Singularity”.

    Do lots of YouTube videos as well . . . on how to build your own virtual world and such.

    Pen name is Michael Blade ;-) Thanks.

  10. http://mamachinima.blogspot.com/ – a weekly blog about MachinimaMondays meetings in Second Life.

  11. Braddlaval says:

    http://www.BraddLaval.blogspot.com – Just having an adventure in virtual 3D

  12. I do a blog

  13. Whiskey Day says:

    I blog about InWorldz and real life at http://whiskeyshots.wordpress.com/

  14. Nomilly says:

    The only one virtual school based on real school building on Second Life is from Taiwan.
    All made by the team “Little purple fairy” of Associate professor “nomilly Valeska”.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocLlcXyOmKQ

    2011 3D Virtual Social Networking Platform—Taiwan City Promotion Contest

  15. “Travel & Tourism in Virtual Worlds” at Facebook:
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Travel-Tourism-in-Virtual-Worlds/196512587059798

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