In this Grid episode we hear about the end of first-land program, Club Egret (celebrated jazz guitarist George Golla and the sultry sounds of acclaimed Australian singer Leonie Smith), and mandatory orientation for noobs.
The Grid is One of the places where you can get quick review of the current state of Second Life.
About The Grid Review
The Grid Review’s goal is to deliver the best Second Life news machinima, from the serious to the irreverant. The Grid Review is released weekly on Wednesdays. We cover a wide variety of topics across Building & Architecture, Business & Economy, Editorial/Opinion, Entertainment, Fashion, Policy & Governance, Social Trends, and even Tips and How-to’s. The Grid Review is jointly sponsored by Edelman and The Electric Sheep Company.
Edelman is the world’s largest independent public relations firm, with 2,200 employees in 46 offices worldwide. The firm was named PRWeek’s Large Agency of the Year for 2006. Advertising Age named Edelman as the best PR firm in its 2005 “Best Agencies” issue, while PRWeek awarded the firm its “Editor’s Choice” distinction at the start of 2006. Edelman was also named 2006 Large Agency of the Year and 2005 International Agency of the Year by The Holmes Group.
About The Electric Sheep Company
The Electric Sheep Company employs the largest fully dedicated, full-time staff to creating 3D virtual world experiences for real world companies. We provide a unique combination of expertise in virtual world strategy, interactive experience design, branding, interactive sponsorship and advertising, software development, and 3D art and scripting within Second Life.
We have implemented some of the most widely acclaimed projects within Second Life. Since inception, The Electric Sheep Company has worked with Edelman, Major League Baseball, NBC, Nissan, Reuters, Sony/BMG, Starwood Hotels, Viacom, Yahoo and multiple other media and consumer goods properties