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Showing posts with label sci-fi. Show all posts
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Friday, June 3, 2022

Author R. Jacques, aka GoSpeed Rasere, announces the release of their 6th self-published eBook; Empire Denied


Author R. Jacques, aka GoSpeed Rasere, announces the release of their 6th self-published eBook; Empire Denied, The 2nd book of the Empire series. It is now on preorder at Smashwords and Amazon with a release date of 10 June. A print-on-demand version will also be available on Amazon.

In conjunction with this release, the author is hosting an event in the virtual world of Second Life at 9 a.m. SLT/PST Saturday, June 11th, 2022 at the stadium in Threnody. She will entertain questions about this, previous novels, and writing in general. The discussion will primarily be via chat but voice questions will be entertained. The dress code is informal.

Postscript.  Are you new to my stories? Do you need to catch up? The reading sequence below can guide you.

Rasere Awakening series:
Rasere's War
We Built This City
The Bounding Main

Short story anthology linking the two series:
Simvie Loko Vignettes

Empire Series:
The Emperor's Reach
Empire Denied

Monday, November 29, 2021

Grand Opening of Last Post: A world of seasons, eras, cultures, arts, landscapes, and interests

Estera Evergarden; Creator/Owner of '' Le Petit Cafe, Secret Forest, Serene, and Last Post' shares her passion for design and creating thematical experiences, expanding this virtual world we share, through places that we could relate to; a world of seasons, eras, cultures, arts, landscapes, and interests. ''Last Post'' can best be described as a space with tones of Urban/Sci-Fi/cyberpunk style'. This unique new venue offers amenities like a bar, music entertainment, a great place for taking pictures, a set up for DJ's and a place to dance.

Grand Opening: Monday, November 29th, 2021


Check out our pictures on Flickr!

Saturday, August 27, 2016

GeekSpeak - is it possible to understand distant or ancient cultures? Join the discussion Saturday, August 27th @ 12pm SLT

Does our western, modern frame of mind hinder our understanding of other cultures?  Can we grasp their art, their literature, their philosophy or their ethics?  Can we understand how they view the world and the place of humans in it?

Some cultures do not distinguish between left and right, some have no words for yes or no.  It is said that if you want to understand an Eskimo you need to learn twelve different names for snow.

Ancient cultures took slavery for granted and saw human sacrifice as a good.  Their values when we read about them in ancient texts are sometimes incomprehensible.  Or do you think all cultures more than a hundred years old are incomprehensible?  Are even Victorian books strange to us now?

Should we try to understand all cultures?  Or is it impossible?  Can we ever know why Stonehenge was built, can we understand how the Japanese see the world?
Come and discuss past and present cultures in GeekSpeak.

Saturday, March 19, 2016

GeekSpeak SL: Are we justified in spending money on space? Join the Discussion Saturday, March 19th at 12pm SLT

There are so many unsolved problems on earth.  Should we fix those first before we attempt to go to space?  Or will space exploration save mankind?

Some think that no money or time should be spent on space while there are people in need here.  How much are we going to waste before we realise that Earth is our only home?

Others think that we will gain a lot from going to space.  There are mineral resources out there that we could use and space exploration will encourage an interest in science.  We should spread out into the universe.  Faith in a future for our species on all the planets of the galaxy may be what we need to put things right down here.

If we cancel space programs will other countries take over?  Or private companies?  Maybe we should leave it to them.

Come join the discussion at GeekSpeak in Second Life and tell us which side you take.

Saturday, March 5, 2016

Geek Speak SL: If (or when?) Second Life disappears what will you do? Discussion March 5th at 12pm SLT

 Strong communities have formed in SL, people who would never have found each other in RL have become good friends in SL.  Some of us, for various reasons, find meeting people and enjoying life easier in SL than in RL. 

 What will happen to us as SL residents when Second Life is replaced by Project Sansar or when LL goes bankrupt?  Will you give up living in a virtual world and return to RL?

Or will you move to another virtual world?  Will that feel like moving to another country, or another universe, where all the rules are different? Will SL communities form again in other worlds?  Will you be the same person?  Is it time for a 'universal avatar' so that you can always be the same person in any world?  Should we start preparing now for the end of SL?  How would we prepare?  By making mailing lists?

Come and talk to us about the first great virtual refugee crisis on the internet.

Join host Erik Goff for a discussion on these questions.

Geek Speak is a science and technology discussion platform where residents across the grid can join in on a variety of topics every week!

Your spaceship awaits:

Monday, February 29, 2016

Battle at Cosmos Master

Cosmos Master is a new interactive RPG game within Second Life. Check out this click showing two gamers engaged in battle with onlookers observing the action.

For more information about Cosmos Masters checkout this link Cosmos Master Spotlight Feature

Monday, January 21, 2013

Cheshyr's Landing- Allen Eppenberger Reporting...

If you’re like me, you kind of use a “click it and see where it takes me” approach to Second Life.  On this particular day, I was in a Sci Fi mood and did a search and came up with the usual suspects.  A couple of links in and I came across a place called Novatech HQ & Sci-Fi Mall.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Sci Fi July! SUN 29 Film Fest and Cosplay Contest at AviewTV

It's SCI FI JULY at AviewTV this July 29! A film festival celebrating the art of speculative machinima! Premiering new works by Glasz DeCuir, Miles Eleventhauer and more! PLUS COSPLAY CONTEST!!!

Friday, April 27, 2012


Beam Me Up Scotty

The Star Trek Museum of Science, established in-world by Sabri Picard in 2006, remains at full throttle (if not at warp speed), though it has moved to a single island in-world. “We downsized last year (2011),” said Wabisabi Matahari, the museum’s curator and Benevolent Dictator. “No more room,” she added when this deadline beater inquired about the model starships that were part of the original exhibit. “(It) just got way too expensive and donations dried up,” the amiable dictator revealed.