Gabetti sponsored a very interesting initiative by the Italian editor Meltemi who launched a pitch to build its premises in Second Life.
A lot of designers worked hard to build up a whole lot of buildings that will cover the Myrsine Island in the next few days: you can navigate non-spaces with gas walls or 18th century buildings or nature-like projects; you choose!
You can take a look at the building by entering the Myrsine Island in Second Life or you can take a look at the buildings pictured here.
A nice machinima has been shooted too
It’s been a while I haven’t blogged, most of all because of working times expanding widely fagocitating my spare time. But now I’m sick at home and have some time to spend writing. So here we go.
I had my first 30 seconds of celebrity last Wednesday, 18 when a troup of the main Italian TV news entered my office to interview me about the Gabetti/Second Life project and then aired it BOTH on the lunchtime AND primetime show.
Unfortunately I hadn’t the chance to see me “live” but, if you hold a PC – since the video seems not to be working on Macs – you can take a look at the digital version on the TG1 website.
I just have a creepy quality AVI video so won’t post anything at the moment. I’m waiting for a hi-res DVD containing the interview.
Oh… and by the way: I really need my diet objectives to be pursued!
Web 2.0 The Human Network has been son kind to record an interview with yours truly during the “Il nuovo potere dei consumatori sul web” (The new power of consumers on the web) event in Milan (see my post here).
Today they’re publishing the interview both in their blog and on YouTube.