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Looking to interview regular Second Life users for a nonfiction culture journal


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Hello! My name is Lindsey and I recently became involved with a western massachusetts-based nonfiction culture journal called "port.man.teau." This is a grassroots organization started only a few months ago. This edition's theme is "soclai media," and I wanted to look at Second Life and the way people integrate their real lives with virtual ones. I am interested in interviewing regular users. I'd love to create some video content for the port.man.teau webpage, so if anyone from the New York metropolitan area wouldn't mind being interviewed in their homes it would be ideal, but people from all over are welcome to participate. If I don't gather enough video content I will consolidate the information into an article. Anyone interested should email me at tj4682@gmail.com. "Tj" is merely an alias I use on the internet when I give out my email address to a large number of people to avoid spam. Here's the website for the journal (in conjunction with a literary journal called "Curse"). http://www.cursemag.com/

Thanks so much, and I look forward to hearing from you! Let me know if you need/would like any more info!

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I have participated in simulator games before and am planning on spending time checking out second life as well...however this is for an article/video presentation and there's only so much I can discern for myself without speaking with seasoned participants.

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