[SLED] second life grid

Larry Havenstein lhavenst at oznet.ksu.edu
Thu Sep 6 07:17:06 PDT 2007


Technical no,  Smooth and savy yes.

I can point my department head and dean to this site and not cringe.   The main secondlife website is a bit of a 
culture shock for many midwest people.

I suspect it was done to help us educators and the corporate types in promoting SL farther without pushing the 
wilder aspects.   As a friend said to me today, she could show  www.secondlifegrid.com to the people at work 
and not worry about it.   You have to "Get It" to fully appreciate the www.secondlife.com site, especially the 
graphics.

On 5 Sep 2007 at 21:04, Ed Lamoureux wrote:

> http://secondlifegrid.net/programs/education
> so, best as I can tell,
> the second life grid is . . . .
> marketing and branding . . .
> and re-organizing the web site a bit.
> no?
> Is there something technically more subtle that I'm not seeing?
> 
> Edward Lee Lamoureux, Ph. D.
> Associate Professor, Multimedia Program
> and Department of Communication
> Co-Director, New Media Center
> 1501 W. Bradley
> Bradley University
> Peoria IL  61625
> 309-677-2378
> <http://slane.bradley.edu/com/faculty/lamoureux/website2/index.html>
> <http://gcc.bradley.edu/mm/>
> AIM/IM & skype: dredleelam
> Second Life: Professor Beliveau
> 
> 
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