2018-03-29 – Open Forum

Transcript of the Virtual Worlds Education Roundtable: March 29, 2018

Topic: Open Forum

Note: The local chat from this meeting might look rather strange because the only members attending (besides me [Camie]) were Selby and Marly and they used voice most of the time. Some things mentioned during the meeting might be useful, like the segment where we share information about Creative Commons.

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[12:01]  Camie Rembrandt: Don’t expect a lot of people today
[12:02]  Camie Rembrandt: Holidays 🙂
[12:06]  ThinkererSelby Evans (thinkerer.melville): yes
[12:12]  Camie Rembrandt: Hi, Marly! Welcome 🙂
[12:13]  Camie Rembrandt: Sure
[12:14]  Camie Rembrandt: Whatever you like – it’s just the 3 of us
[12:15]  Camie Rembrandt: So what are your current projects?
[12:15]  Camie Rembrandt: With lots of cuts
[12:15]  Camie Rembrandt: the same with Marly
[12:15]  Marly (marly.milena): Camie, can we do this in voice?
[12:15]  Camie Rembrandt: I can hear bits
[12:15]  Marly (marly.milena): Ah, ok
[12:16]  Camie Rembrandt: the problem is that no text, no chat to send to VWER archives 😉
[12:16]  Camie Rembrandt: but that’s okay
[12:16]  ThinkererSelby Evans (thinkerer.melville): 2018 WW: EDU: Visitor’s guide to Cybalounge. Yes, Cybalounge is ready to welcome visitors
Visitor’s guide to Cybalounge.  
Yes, Cybalounge is ready to welcome visitors
For people wanting a preliminary look at virtual worlds, it is easy to come into Cybalounge. You don’t need to register and create a password.  Come in as a guest. Look around. Visit the public rooms. Find people and talk to them.
[12:17]  ThinkererSelby Evans (thinkerer.melville): 2018 WW: Teleports in Cybalounge
Teleports in Cybalounge
You can set the landing point in Cybalounge, but the area is 512 X 512 meters (512 meters = about 1/3 mile). You may have important places scattered all over that area. People want to go fast. For that you need a teleporter prim.
[12:17]  Camie Rembrandt: we’re keeping this casual today
[12:17]  Camie Rembrandt: so go ahead in voice
[12:18]  Marly (marly.milena): Tomorrow, I am doing a program for NPC called LEARNING FROM MISTAKES.  It should be fun, very interactive
[12:18]  Camie Rembrandt: that’s great, yes, Selby
[12:18]  Camie Rembrandt: That sounds great Marly
[12:18]  Marly Milena gave you Marly’s programs.
[12:18]  Camie Rembrandt: Thank you!
[12:19]  Camie Rembrandt: Talk
[12:19]  Camie Rembrandt: yes
[12:19]  Camie Rembrandt: lol
[12:20]  Camie Rembrandt: Videos – sounds interesting
[12:20]  Camie Rembrandt: are they going to be online?
[12:21]  Camie Rembrandt: Very interesting
[12:22]  Camie Rembrandt: Would you like to present at VWER?
[12:22]  Camie Rembrandt: A forest? Nice
[12:22]  Camie Rembrandt: Website is also good
[12:22]  Camie Rembrandt: 🙂
[12:23]  Camie Rembrandt: :))
[12:23]  Camie Rembrandt: Sounds very interesting
[12:23]  Camie Rembrandt: Is that for LEA?
[12:24]  Camie Rembrandt: No
[12:24]  Camie Rembrandt: Never
[12:25]  Camie Rembrandt: Digital storytelling is very interesting
[12:27]  Camie Rembrandt: You should also give a presentation here at VWER?
[12:28]  Camie Rembrandt: It does sound exciting!
[12:29]  Camie Rembrandt: Making tutorials is a good idea
[12:29]  Camie Rembrandt: You’re both very young! 🙂
[12:31]  Camie Rembrandt: I’m sure Selby is right!
[12:31]  Camie Rembrandt: It’s the same with creative writing!
[12:31]  Camie Rembrandt: Yes1
[12:31]  Marly (marly.milena): Yes!
[12:32]  Camie Rembrandt: Nice!
[12:32]  Camie Rembrandt: Love that book
[12:32]  Marly (marly.milena): Me too, and his other one, Myths to Live By!
[12:32]  Camie Rembrandt: Very interesting, Selby
[12:33]  Camie Rembrandt: You should present your article here at VWER, Selby
[12:33]  Camie Rembrandt: Love that concept
[12:34]  Camie Rembrandt: Right!
[12:34]  Camie Rembrandt: Precisely!
[12:35]  Camie Rembrandt: Yes, probably
[12:36]  Camie Rembrandt: I also believe that storytelling and creative writing is a way to help people develop social awareness and empathy.
[12:37]  Camie Rembrandt: yes
[12:38]  Camie Rembrandt: nice
[12:39]  Camie Rembrandt: Didn’t the Shakespeare Theater Company move to Kitely?
[12:40]  Camie Rembrandt: Sure
[12:40]  ThinkererSelby Evans (thinkerer.melville): New media arts moved to Kitely
[12:40]  Camie Rembrandt: Oh right
[12:40]  Camie Rembrandt: Thanks
[12:41]  Camie Rembrandt: I see
[12:41]  Camie Rembrandt: Thank you
[12:42]  Camie Rembrandt: Next month I’m doing a crazy thing called Flash Fiction Fire: writing 30 art-inspired very short stories in 30 days 🙂
[12:43]  Camie Rembrandt: :DDD
[12:43]  Camie Rembrandt: 😀 (about Marly comment about another lifetime)
[12:43]  ThinkererSelby Evans (thinkerer.melville): https://virtualoutworlding.blogspot.com/2017/03/2017-write-people-my-name-is-jane-plain.html
[12:44]  Camie Rembrandt: oh thank you, Selby
[12:47]  Camie Rembrandt: I like that idea
[12:47]  Camie Rembrandt: I like the idea Marly had
[12:47]  Camie Rembrandt: I would like to open VWER more to members
[12:48]  Camie Rembrandt: I’d love for members to present – show and tell sessions
[12:49]  Marly (marly.milena): Good, Camie!
[12:49]  Camie Rembrandt: same here, Marly and Selby – all pro bono
[12:49]  Camie Rembrandt: Me too, yes
[12:49]  Camie Rembrandt: We’re going to meet soon
[12:50]  Camie Rembrandt: The VWER team
[12:50]  Camie Rembrandt: I will
[12:50]  Camie Rembrandt: 🙂
[12:50]  Camie Rembrandt: Who, Marly?
[12:50]  Camie Rembrandt: Sorry didn’t catch the name
[12:50]  Camie Rembrandt: name
[12:51]  Camie Rembrandt: Good idea, Selby
[12:51]  Camie Rembrandt: Oh, sure
[12:51]  Camie Rembrandt: 🙂
[12:51]  Camie Rembrandt: Karma
[12:51]  Camie Rembrandt: 🙂
[12:52]  Camie Rembrandt: Good karma
[12:52]  Camie Rembrandt: Lissie?
[12:52]  Camie Rembrandt: Sure
[12:52]  Camie Rembrandt: Right
[12:53]  Camie Rembrandt: When was that?
[12:53]  Camie Rembrandt: I have to visit Inspiration Island more often
[12:56]  ThinkererSelby Evans (thinkerer.melville): https://virtualoutworlding.blogspot.com/2017/03/2017-write-people-my-name-is-jane-plain.html
[12:57]  ThinkererSelby Evans (thinkerer.melville): Original text in this blog is CC By: unless specified public domain
Use as you please with attribution: link to the original.
All images without attribution in this blog are CC0: public domain.
[12:57]  Camie Rembrandt: I also use Creative Commons licenses a lot
[12:58]  Marly (marly.milena): Camie, has anything of yours ever come into question as being used <illegally>?
[12:59]  Camie Rembrandt: I sometimes use CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
[12:59]  Camie Rembrandt: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
[13:00]  Camie Rembrandt: Attribution – NonCommercial – NoDerivatives
[13:01]  Camie Rembrandt: I’ve had to deal with problems related to projects I collaborate with – usually we talk to people and they remove the content
[13:02]  Marly (marly.milena): Oh, interesting
[13:02]  Camie Rembrandt: yes
[13:03]  Camie Rembrandt: yes I watch that documentary
[13:03]  Camie Rembrandt: LL did nothing at the time I think
[13:03]  Camie Rembrandt: but know it’s different
[13:04]  Camie Rembrandt: they do take things down now
[13:04]  Camie Rembrandt: and there’s a form
[13:04]  Camie Rembrandt: I’ve seen it
[13:04]  Camie Rembrandt: it’s very interesting
[13:05]  Camie Rembrandt: something like that
[13:05]  Camie Rembrandt: thank you for coming!

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