UWA to scale back in Second Life

A shame but such good citizens over the years – thank you UWA.

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UWA: Winthrop Clocktower and the Reflection Pond, with the SLeducate area on the right, which you can read about here UWA: Winthrop Clocktower and the Reflection Pond, with the SLeducate area on the right, which you can read about here

I received a nudge about the University of Western Australia, which has enjoyed a long presence here in Second Life, operating multiple regions and becoming a stalwart supporter of virtual arts through its grand challenges and other competitions and opportunities offered to artists to present their work, as well a through support of machinima in physical world film challenges, such as those run by Screen My Shorts.

The news was actually broken over the weekend by Jayjay Zifanwe, who has spearheaded the UWA’s presence in Second Life since it started, and who has worked exceptionally hard with FreeWee Ling to promote and support artistic creativity within the broad cross-section of second life users and talent. In the post, Jayay states:

It is with a heavy heart, that I must…

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Author: Thomas

A man working his life out, day-by-day

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