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Benjamin Duranske, VB’s editor and author of Virtual Law, is guest hosting a special edition of Metanomics on Monday, December 8 at 12:00 PM Second Life time (Pacific).? The show will feature a number of other virtual world authors talking about their books and their current projects — just in time for the holidays!? Guests include Mark Bell (Second Life For Dummies), Eddy Shah (Second World), Julian Dibbell (My Tiny Life; Play Money), Tom Boellstroff, (Coming of Age in Second Life: An Anthropologist Explores the Virtually Human), and Wagner James Au (The Making of Second Life; Second Life: The Official Guide).? We’ll be giving away signed copies of some of the books (including Virtual Law) and it should be a lot of fun.? Hope to see many of VB’s readers there.

Metanomics is typically produced in Second Life, though has been broadcast from other virtual worlds.? You can learn about the show at metanomics.net, and can catch up on old episodes at SLCN.tv.

If you can’t log in to Second Life at noon Pacific on Monday, you can watch the video feed and participate in chat via the web.

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2 Responses to “Benjamin Duranske Guest Hosting Special Edition of Metanomics Featuring Virtual World Authors”

  1. on 02 Dec 2008 at 5:07 pmKenan Farrell

    It’s on the calendar!

  2. on 17 May 2010 at 3:06 amrolex daytona

    Metanomics is typically produced in Second Life, though has been broadcast from other virtual worlds. You can learn about the show at metanomics.net, and can catch up on old episodes at SLCN.tv

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