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Nice Introductory Presentation to Second Life

I came across some slides from PodCamp Toronto from Bryan Person and Jay Moonah that explain in a simple way "What is Second Life?"

Bryan has a few posts on his blog reflecting on his experience attending and planning events in Second Life. Definitely worth checking out.

Introducing Matthew Saunders AKA Creech Antwerp

I am the Senior Director of Technology at WESTAF, an arts non-profit that focuses on arts infrastructure in the western state of the US.

I have a personal blog at , http://www.dogstar.org which focuses on arts non-profits and Web 2.0, although you will see general NPT, a little travel, policy, and other various sundries.

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Introducing Myself

Greetings!

I am the community manager for TechSoup.org and for this Second Life group of Nonprofits that we are attempting to organize.

I would like to share a brief snapshot of what we are doing and what we have done.

In Brief:

My Introduction: Beth Kanter and Beth Kavka

My Introduction

RL: Beth Kanter
http://beth.typepad.com

SL: Beth Kavka

Welcome to the NPSL blog!

We blog about non-profit organizations and how they work in Second Life – to collaborate among themselves and with each other, engage with their publics, raise funds, teach, learn and further their real-world goals.

You'll find ideas, case studies, successes, failures and lessons learned. From the basics of SL to sophisticated tips, as long as it has a non-profit slant, it's welcome here.

If you're putting Second Life to work on behalf of the non-profit world, and you'd like to add your voice to ours, great! Check back soon for details.

 

Many thanks to Brownrice Internet for hosting the NPSL site.

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