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Apologies for the misspelling of Raph Koster's name!

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> * Yes indeed, the "Damer Archive" is now online! - 1 messages, 1
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> * Living Game Worlds Streaming Online & In Second Life - 1
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> TOPIC: Yes indeed, the "Damer Archive" is now online!
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> Date: Thurs, Sep 4 2008 10:14 pm
> From: Bruce Damer
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> Yes indeed, Thanks to Henry and Henrik's LoC initiative, Brewster and
> the Internet Archive, many others, and two years of work by Al
> Lundell and myself digitizing and categorizing, you will find 100+
> videos that will be very familiar to a lot of you here on this group.
> Simply go to www.archive.org and search on "Bruce Damer" or try this
> direct link at:
> http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=%22Bruce%20Damer%22
> to find these new additions.
>
> We may come up with a better way of categorizing these in the future
> (rather than just by my name). Please note that this is part of a
> much larger effort in support of the Library of Congress supported
> project with Stanford and others. Its all contained under the moniker
> Archiving Virtual Worlds and is available at:
> http://www.archive.org/details/virtual_worlds
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> This "Damer Archive" is really "your archive" as many of you have
> contributed work or are personally featured here, such as in rare
> video of sessions back at at Earth to Avatars '96 and
> 97-98-99-00-01-etc. I have another 35 or so pieces to edit with Al
> some time this fall which will really fill this out further. By the
> way, our video of the original 1974 Maze War (the first first person
> shooter) running on the restored Imlac PDS-1 is also there, courtesy
> of the related Digibarn Computer Museum. Also catch the 1962
> Spacewar! on the PDP-1 (arguably the first shared digital, graphical
> space) courtesy of the Computer History Museum. If you want something
> included in this effort, please let me know and send it on over to me
> and Al electronically or on old media for us to digitize.
>
> And team, I would really appreciate your help in filling in the
> metadata for some of these entries given that I put only basic info
> there. I am going to get set up with account/edit features and get
> back to you on how we might coordinate that.
>
> Enjoy your viewing!!!
>
> Bruce
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> Bruce Damer
> http://www.damer.com
>
> Current Projects and Roles at:
> DigitalSpace - http://www.digitalspace.com
> Digibarn Computer Museum - http://www.digibarn.com
> Elixir Technologies - http://www.elixir.com
> Contact Consortium & Avatars - http://www.ccon.org
> Biota.org & EvoGrid - http://www.biota.org
> Virtual Worlds Timeline - http://www.vwtimeline.org
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> TOPIC: Living Game Worlds Streaming Online & In Second Life
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> == 1 of 1 ==
> Date: Sun, Nov 30 2008 8:44 pm
> From: gamegrrrl
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> ***Don't miss the pioneers panel on Tuesday 1:00pm PST featuring
> members of this group!***
>
> Living Game Worlds IV - Interplay: Multiplayer Games and Virtual
> Worlds
> Streaming Online and in Second Life
> December 1-2, 2008
>
> Step in to the vanguard of digital gaming at Georgia Tech's 4th annual
> Living Game Worlds symposium to be held December 1-2, 2008. Ralph
> Koster and Chris Klaus headline this year's conference which will
> showcase "InterPlay," networked online play and the rapidly-growing
> domains of multiplayer games and virtual worlds. The symposium will
> also feature a pioneers panel including luminaries Richard Bartle,
> Brian Green, Randy Farmer and Pavel Curtis. More details at
> http://gameworlds.gatech.edu.
>
> Come join us in Second Life for a day of watching the stream live,
> playing Second Life board games, networking and chatting with
> colleagues, and interacting with the speakers! GVU Center,
> http://slurl.com/secondlife/GVU%20Center/207/110/26
>
> Video will be streaming live for non-Second Lifers at
> http://gameworlds.gatech.edu/2008/streaming.html.
>
> A conference-wide backchannel SL-IRC relay will be available at:
> IRC clients: irc.quickfox.net, port 6667, #gameworlds
> java client: http://javachat.quickfox.net/?channel=gameworlds
> html client: http://webchat.quickfox.net/?channel=gameworlds
> for more information: http://chat.on.quickfox.net/gameworlds
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> December 1:
> (All times SLT/Pacific Standard Time)
>
> *4:00 PM SLT - Evening Keynote*
> -- Ralph Koster
>
> December 2:
>
> *6:00 AM SLT - Welcome & Intro*
> -- Celia Pearce, Beth Mynatt
>
> *6:15 AM SLT -Morning Keynote*
> -- Chris Klaus
>
> *6:45 AM SLT - Panel 1: Playing Well With Others: Collaboration in
> Virtual Worlds and Games*
> -- Jason Ellis, Amy Bruckman, Rhonda Lowry, Tim Holt
>
> *8:00 AM SLT - Panel 2: Designing for New Audiences*
> -- Emmi Kuusikko, Sam Lewis, Jason Achilli, Yasmin Kafai, Craig
> Kronenberger
>
> *9:00 AM SLT - Lunch*
> -- games, tea, and chatting in Second Life
> -- Sneak Peak of Cartoon Network's FusionFall
>
> *10:00 AM SLT - Panel 3:The City as Gameboard*
> -- Susan Bonds, Ian Bogost, Blair McIntyre
>
> *10:30 AM SLT - Panel 4: Shared Spaces (sponsored by ROSS)*
> -- Michael Nitsche, Steffen P. Walz, Jay Bolter, Ali Mazalek, Doug
> Wilson, Luke McCampbell
>
> *12:00 PM SLT - Panel 5:Cultures of Virtual Worlds*
> --Tom Boellstorff, Celia Pearce, Lisbeth Klastrup, TL Taylor
>
> *1:00 PM SLT - Panel 6: Pioneers Panel*
> --Richard Bartle, Pavel Curtis, Brian Green, Randy Farmer
> --Celia Pearce (Moderator)
>
> *2:30 PM SLT - Closing Remarks*
> --Kenneth Knoespel, Janet Murray
>
> Twitter hashtag #LGWIV, technorati/blogging/flickr everywhere else
> LGWIV. please email musec...@gmail.com if you are liveblogging!
>
> Second Life, Web 2.0, & video streaming inquiries:
> musec...@gmail.com or Muse Carmona in-world.
>
> We plan to put on an accessible conference but if you need specific
> assistance for a disability please notify us in advance.
>
> The Second Life conference is produced by Katherine Mancuso (Muse
> Carmona) & Betsy Gooch (Rinehart Miami) of the Georgia Tech
> Experimental Game Lab, with help from dedicated volunteers Fauve Aeon
> & Aberdon Enigma of Ardentia Ars (RL & SL clothing designs) and Varahi
> Lusch of Buddha Wheel (a RL & SL serious game). Celia Pearce, Blair
> McIntyre, Brian Poole, and Don Schoner of the GVU Center provided
> invaluable assistance, and Katherine would like to thank Joyce
> Bettancourt (Vesuvius Group) and Evonne Kenzo (Amoration) for their
> advice and support on mixed reality production.
>
> In ev'ry job that must be done
> There is an element of fun
> We find the fun, and snap!
> The job's a game!
> -Mary Poppins
> ......................................................
> Celia Pearce, Ph.D.
> Director, Experimental Game Lab
> School of Literature, Communication & Culture
> Georgia Institute of Technology
> 686 Cherry Street NW/Room 361
> Atlanta, GA 30332-0165
> mobile & text: +1 310 866-8014
> e-mail: celia....@lcc.gatech.edu
> Web sites:
> • EGL: http://egl.lcc.gatech.edu
> • Emergent Game Group: http://egg.lcc.gatech.edu
> • Ludica: www.ludica.org.uk
> • Virtual Cultures: http://virtualcultures.typepad.com
> • IndieCade: www.IndieCade.com
> • Celia Pearce & Friends (Design & Consulting):
> www.cpandfriends.com
> Avatars:
> • There: Artemesia
> • Second Life: Artemesia Sandgrain
> • Uru: Artemesia, Dr.Artemesia
> • World of Warcraft:
> --Thunderhorn: Artemesia & Xendria
> --Steamwheedle Cartel: Dyonesia
> • Guild Wars: Artemesia Aurora, Artemesia Ludica
> • Guild Wars Factions: Magdalena Ludica
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