September 19th, 2008 by Benjamin Duranske
The fall season of the popular in-world metaverse business and policy show Metanomics kicks off in Second Life on Monday, September 22, at 12:00 (noon) Pacific with a special edition of Metanomics featuring the show’s usual host, Professor Robert Bloomfield of Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management, in the guest chair.
I am honored to have been asked to interview Robert live on this show. I will be asking Robert about his experiences producing the first year of Metanomics, his view of the future of the metaverse, his favorite moments over the last year, criticism of the show, and much more. The show will be a mixed reality event, with Robert appearing both in Second Life (as ‘Beyers Sellers’) and live at Roskilde University in Denmark where Robert is visiting as a guest researcher this week as part of Roskilde’s ongoing projects on metaverse innovation.
Metanomics is typically produced in Second Life, though has been “broadcast” from other virtual worlds. You can learn more about the show at metanomics.net, and can catch up on old episodes at SLCN.tv.
[Update: 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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