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August 28, 2007

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Len Edgerly

I agree completely with your observations on how reporters can find sources to back up stories, or maybe this one began with the Stanford item. SL, just like the Web 10 years ago, looks freaky and scary to people on the outside of it. From my own limited explorations, I find the appeal of SL is the raw creativity it represents. I've been hanging out at Artropolis to prepare for a talk on Tech Future and Art Fairs, and it's an amazing collection of artist galleries. It featured a virtual exhibition of artwork that appeared for real at the Chicago Hilton during the SLCC this weekend. The other thing is, I REALLY like to fly!

Kenrick

Here's a book by the Stanford professor (Nass) that is a great read:
http://www.amazon.com/Media-Equation-Computers-Television-Lecture/dp/1575860538

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