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Archive for April, 2008

As I dust off and start to perform my original compositions in Second Life to a potentially larger audience than they have ever had in the past, I get an email from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) announcing their call to action to sign their newly crafted Bill of Rights for […]

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Some time in the early years of his life Illinois born John Charles Carter decided to change his name. An imposingly tall figure with a ruggedly chiseled face, he made being a leading man on the big screen look as easy as breathing on a clear day. As I write this the world is mourning […]

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Building Gitmo

I’ve been working with documentary filmmaker Nonny de la Pena in Second Life (TM) helping, along with other builders, to construct her Gone Gitmo interactive virtual experience.
My Real Life (TM) schedule has been so hectic that I was only able to make the Camp Delta long term maximum security detention barracks. I worked in a […]

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