Thursday, April 26, 2007

Listen to Luzo Orbit's talk to the Babylon group

You can listen to the talk by clicking:

For further information see the previous posting.

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Introductory talk on SP to Second Life Babylon Group 26 April 2007

Luzo Orbit will be giving an introductory talk to members of the Babylon group on 26 April at 9am (5 pm UK time, GMT + 1) repeated 1 pm SLT (9 pm UK time, GMT + 1).

The event takes place at Babylonia. You can find out more about the Babylon group at:

If you are a member of SL-SPAG, log into SL and you shold find a message from me with the Landmark to the location (I am unable to build an SLURL to it for some reason). If you are not a member then join now by doing a group search for 'SP Adopters'. If you are not a member of Second Life, then you can download the browser at

You will also be able to hear the talk on SL-SPAG radio at the same times. A link to an archive of the talk will be posted here afterwards.

If you have not already voted forSL-SPAG and SL-SPAG radio in the New Media Awards, please do so by clicking here. You can leave a comment and a rating.

I'll be covering the basics of the Simultaneous Policy (SP) campaign in the audio broadcast, then there will be time for a text chat.

For background information in advance of the meeting see the Simpol websites, particularly

There is a multi-lingual international website, which is currently being revised at

Thursday, April 5, 2007

SL-SPAG Radio talks to the world!

Second Life SP Adopters' Group (SL-SPAG) has set up an internet radio station to complement its meetings in the on-line virtual world. This is great for people who don't think Second Life is for them, or don't have the technology to access it.

There is over 3 hours of material on the radio loop, with regular updates. This includes presentations by John Bunzl, the recent policy forum on climate change at the UK Parliament, past radio interviews and reports on the policies that SP Adopters are talking about. The Second Life meetings have attracted people from North America, Europe, Australia, Brazil, China and New Zealand.

The radio station is also reaching an international audience. The stats show listeners from:
USA, UK, Canada, Japan, Germany, France, Sweden, Argentina, Netherlands, Australia and Italy.

Spread the word by directing people to Luzo Orbit's blog at:

And vote for SL-SPAG to receive a New Media Award for innovation at: