Posts Categorized: Catherine

Catherine is employed and blogging about Art Spiegelman

Posted by & filed under Catherine, Events, Typography.

So I’m blogging for my employers, the Masters of Digital Media Program. I scored tickets for the Vancouver Art Gallery/Centre for Digital Media (that’s us!) joint speakers series, KRAZY! Talk Industry Giants, held in conjunction with the KRAZY! comics + video games + anime + other stuff exhibition at VAG, and so, I’ve been blogging… Read more »

Social Tech Brewing Vancouver — Learning in Virtual Worlds!

Posted by & filed under Canada, Catherine, Events, Learning is fun!, Second Life, Social Signal, Web 2.0.

This Wednesday, (March 21st, 2007) I and the rest of the Social Signal team will be at Social Tech Brewing Vancouver, for this month’s topic, “Learning in Virtual Worlds”.* From the Social Signal blog: If you work at the intersection of technology and community-building, we hope you’ll join us for the March gathering of Social… Read more »

Second Life usage graph roundup!

Posted by & filed under Catherine, Second Life, Social Signal, Visualization.

I found a fascinating* post about Second Life’s much-debated usage numbers over at Social Signal. “That number will likely be over 4.6 million by the time you read this blog post. So what does that actually mean in practical usage terms? Are there 4.6 million regular Second Life users? Well, no.” * Where “fascinating” may or… Read more »

Singing in the shower

Posted by & filed under Catherine, LGBT.

For a long time, I was embarrassed about the way my voice sounds. It’s still one of the things I have the most trouble with since the great “Hey, let’s grow 8 inches taller than everyone else in our class!” debacle of my teenage years. It’s taken me a long time, but I’m finally feeling… Read more »

Northern Voice 2007: Day 1 — MooseCamp

Posted by & filed under Blogosphere, Catherine, Events, Second Life, Social Signal, Vancouver, Web 2.0.

So I’m at Northern Voice this weekend! Friday’s agenda is MooseCamp: the “unconference”. This morning, people seemed interested in a session about Second Life, so I signed up to run one after lunch. Now even more bloggers know about Goreans, furries and lag. Mission accomplished. Today’s highlights included: Realizing that it’s at the main Point… Read more »