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Monday, June 17, 2013

SL Business Review- The Low Cost of High Fashion- Bill Kaye Reports...



Founded by an certified and highly decorated model and instructor, The Creative Loft gives aspiring models a taste of the industry, the opportunity the discuss fashion and invaluable tips for looking good before laying down loads of Lindens.  SLBR sat down with its owner, RedJess69 and the winners from her most recent event—The Dior Style Contest.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

SLBR News: BILL’S DEADLINE BLOG: I QUIT SL- Bill Kaye Reporting...



Admit it.  You have said it too.
I think back to my first issue and my very first page.  In my Letter From the Editor, I wrote that I would never quit SL.  And despite the hyperbolic trickery of my blog’s headline, that remains true now.  I’m not actually quitting SL.
I’ve just had one of those stressful weeks–scratch that–months. Fiscal quarters?  Pretty much this entire stretch of 2013 has been a bumpy stretch.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

SLBR News: LL UPDATES ITS TERMS OF SERVICE FOR SL: MAJOR CHANCES FOR CURRENCY EXCHANGES?- Bill Kaye Reporting...



On May 7th, changes went into effect regarding Second Life’s Terms of Service (TOS).  Before logging in, residents were compelled to read and agree to the new TOS.

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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

SLBR News: SL REAL ESTATE RUMORS: IS A MAKEOVER FOR THE EGOISME SIM IN THE WORKS?- Bill Kaye Reporting...



SL Business Review learned yesterday from a source close to Ramses Meredith, the owner of Egoisme, that complete redesign may be in the works for the current sim occupied by the fashion giant.  The sprawling complex also houses the SL Enquirer Media Center and offices for SL Business Review and inKLine Media. 


Wednesday, March 13, 2013

SLBR News: THE WONDERS OF RELAY FOR LIFE 2013- Bill Kaye Reporting...



 Reporting from Fashion for Life 2013. On my first trip–keyword: first–to the nine sims devoted to Relay for Life, I decided to embrace the sights and sounds as I traveled from build to build, each theme based on one of one of the Seven Wonders of the World. For those of you …

-Bill Kaye

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Friday, February 15, 2013

SLBR News: Some Linden Love on Valentine's Day- Bill Kaye Reporting...




If you logged in to find an extra 10L$ in your account this Valentine’s Day, then you have passed the Second Life “challenge.”

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A Happy Valentine's Day from inKLine Media!

Friday, February 1, 2013

Thursday, January 17, 2013

SLBR News: Capital Exchange Marks Second Birthday- Bill Kaye Reporting…


Skip Oceanlane, CEO of the Capital Exchange, celebrated the second anniversary the stock market simulation game in SL, which lifted finance in SL from the ashes.

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SLBR News: PRESS RELEASE: INVEST WITH AVATAR MEDIA NETWORK- InKline Media Reporting...



Avatar Media Network (AMN) hopes you’ll join this exciting prospect in virtual news and entertainment.  Shares for AMN are being sold for a mere 1L per share.  You can own a piece of the AMN production and distribution network.  Here’s how:


2) Right-click the ATM and deposit any amount to start an account.
3) Pick up your free Galaxy HUD.  This is a one-stop resource to access the entire network of networks.

4) Attach your HUD and left click the iPhone –>

A drop down menu will appear  –> Click Networks (This will ask you to be redirected to the Digital Financial Center web-site.
5) Register your account.  You’ll see the listing of networks available featuring not just AMN, but eight other promising networks.  Be sure to check them out as well.


Thank you for considering Avatar Media Network
Media contact:
Bill Kaye
CEO, Avatar Media Network

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

SLBR News: INKLINE MEDIA PROUDLY INTRODUCES AVATAR MEDIA NETWORK- Bill Kaye Reporting...




"I’m proud to announce that the Digital Financial Center Board of Directors has unanimously approved my Initial Price Offering application to start a new production company and channel for print and multimedia in the virtual universe–Avatar Media Network" (AMN). =Bill Kaye


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Friday, January 4, 2013

SLBR News: Centre For Business Development Polls Residents and Business Owners About SL



The Centre for Business Development, in its first official initiative composed a survey to get a sense of some feelings and perspectives from the SL community and virtual business owners. Please click  fill out the survey. We appreciate your time and feedback.

Take the survey

Friday, December 28, 2012

SLBR News: Second Life in 2012: A Year in Review- InKline Media Reporting...



Note: Clearly this list is by no means definitive and likely subject to much debate.

With the new year is just rapidly closing in, it’s the time of year when media starts rolling out their “best of” stories to kill air-time and column inches. So here’s what we believe makes this year’s list and why.
10) Digital Financial Center - Rumors have raged on about the possiblity of a new stock exchange opening on SL. SLBR can now confirm that the new exchange, Digitial Financial, will open on January 1st, 2013.
9) Second Life Community Convention Canceled in 2012 – Many observers, including the astute blogger Inara Pey of ModemWorld.Com, noted that SLCC had started to attract smaller and smaller crowds in the lead-up to the cancelation. Still, this year marked a symbolic splintering of the SL community.

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Friday, December 21, 2012

SLBR Exclusive: New Finance Center to Open in SL on Jan 1, 2013- Bill Kaye Reporting...

Bill Kaye, SLBR/InKline Media


A new stock exchange and financial services center will open its doors to the public on the first day of 2013.  The Digital Finance Center (DFC), under the leadership of CEO Adam Wintz, has drummed up interest and speculation for some time now, but is technically operating before its official public open.

SLBR/InKline Media

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Thursday, November 29, 2012

SPOTLIGHT FEATURE- Interview with Bill Kaye of (SLBR)Second Life Business Review- Lanai Jarrico Reporting...

  


   Second Life has a versatile atmosphere with many activities and events happening around the clock. Magazines and media sources across the grid make their virtual living by providing exposure to the various business and venues that support entertainment. Mixing business and pleasure is frowned upon in certain situations and in others, it is the perfect combination for bringing people together from both sides of the virtual spectrum.

With the increase of media sources all competing for readers, group members, advertisers and stories, it is difficult for avatars to get their news in one place, or they spend way too much time searching through media sources that satisfies all their interests and provide them services.

Recently, I had a meeting with Bill Kaye, an up and coming business journalist with an eye for hot topics to help SL entrepreneurs succeed. We discussed how we could combine our sources to give our readers a combination of Business and entertainment news.



On November 18, 2012, SLBR and SLE came into an agreement to give readers access from both sources. You can find business news on The SL Enquirer main tabs, as well as a convenient RSS feed of their latest headlines on the left column of our site. In exchange, SLBR features SLE’s top stories on their news source. With ideas still on the table for new projects, I thought it would be fitting to have a sit down and discuss our plans so you all know what to expect with this collaboration.


Interview with SLBR's Bill Kaye


 

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

SLBR News: Star Wars Role-play Sim, Mos Espa, to Close- Ludragon Legacy Reporting...





About a week ago Mos Espa was a thriving city with multiple groups and factions calling it home. Now the city is found as a barren ghost town. Houses and shops have been abandoned as the sim prepares to close down.

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Friday, November 16, 2012

SL Enquirer and SL Business Review Establish Media Partnership- Bill Kaye Reporting...



Lanai Jarrico and Bill Kaye  discussing business at Cool Beans Coffee Shop
In an effort to strengthen the collective discourse of the virtual universe, SL Enquirer and SL Business Review have established a partnership to syndicate content, cross-promote and collaborate on future news leads and projects.
Under the terms of the deal, which was finalized late last night, both media companies will retain independent editorial discretion and financial operations. As partners, they will serve as conduits to each other’s news content by featuring RSS feeds, “teaser” stories and mutual affiliate advertisements.

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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

SLBR News: Update Coming Soon for Phoenix Firestorm! - InKline Media reporting....




SLBR’s techies get their brains around the new Firestorm updates, recently announced on their site. They include some of the following.
Breakdown by Sachiko Cheng
An about land floater: Floaters are menus that when opened shrink to their smallest size. This saves space and saves screen real estate, but it also means you are not able to resize the window. This is already in place for features such as the environment and sun settings.
The ability to save and store custom camera positions.

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Thursday, November 1, 2012

SLBR News: Live From New York Bill Kaye Reporting...




Hurricane Sandy battered the New York metro area and much of the Northeast with all the fury that weather reports predicted. Thus far, the storm has claimed 9 lives in my borough alone.
Here on Staten Island, wind gusts exceeded 70 mph. The 800 mile-wide hurricane rattled windows, tossed trees and pounded residents with storm surges. Downed trees, power outages and flooding have affected most of the borough.

Read the full story here:

http://inklinemedia.wordpress.com/2012/10/31/slbr-weather-the-aftermath-of-hurricane-sandy/

 
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