SLCC – Truly a Community Event!
Many of our organizers are still traveling and we’ve got a ton of emails, tweets, pictures, posts, videos and more to catch up on, but we wanted to send a huge thanks to everyone who participated in the Second Life Community Convention 2011 this year, whether you were in Oakland, in Second Life, or on the web!
Thank you for making this year’s convention a terrific success and for helping us connect the community no matter where they were – through Twitter and Plurk and in-world, the conversation extended far beyond the walls of the Oakland Marriott City Center and that’s what makes SLCC and the Second Life community something special.
SLCC 2011 during CEO Rod Humble (SL: Rodvik Linden) keynote. Image courtesy Richard Finkelstein (SL: Leko Littlebird). Check out his other great shots from SLCC!
We’ll be compiling all of the video and slide archives from our speakers over the next few days and hope to have that ready for you by the weekend, but in the meantime, you can catch up on some of the buzz in the metaverse about SLCC 2011 from attendees and others – spread the link love and thanks to all who covered the event!
Blog Posts Coverage & Recaps
To see the recaps in a nice visual format, check out our curated topic on Scoop.it – Coverage of the Second Life Community Convention 2011 curated by Fleep Tuque. But we want to link directly to the posts too, let us know what we missed in the comments!
Attending SLCC 2011 Virtually in Second Life – Honour’s Post Menopausal View
Coming Changes in Second Life - Second Life Examiner
Linden to Add Game Mechanics to SL’s New User Experience – New World Notes
Linden Lab CEO: we’re growing but we’re not sure why – The Metaverse Journal
Lindens to launch new product for tablets – HyperGrid Business
LL Diversifying? What does that mean? – Living in a Modern World: Thoughts on Virtual Living
Rod Humble at SLCC 2011 Highlights – Daniel Voyager’s Blog
Rod Humble Gets It About Second Life: SLCC11 Keynote – Second Thoughts
Rodvik at SLCC 2011 – The gist – Living in a Modern World: Thoughts on Virtual Living
SLCC: LL Commerce Panel Summary – Living in a Modern World: Thoughts on Virtual Living
SLCC 2011 Begins Today – Daniel Voyager’s Blog
SLCC 2011 Day 2 Live Coverage – Daniel Voyager’s Blog
SLCC 2011 In-World Mixer Event – Daniel Voyager’s Blog
SLCC 2011 Reflection Summary – Daniel Voyager’s Blog
SLCC 2011 Saturday Notes & Pix – Sitearm
SLCC 2011 Sunday Notes & Pics – Sitearm
SLCC 2011: Underway – Living in a Modern World: Thoughts on Virtual Living
SLCC On the Future of Second Life Commerce – Ciaran Laval
SLCC Wrap Up - Sand Castle Studios
Thanks, SLCC! See you next year! – Betterverse: Nonprofits in the Virtual World
Top 5 Highlights of Rod Humble’s SLCC Keynote – Sand Castle Studios
The Future of Mesh: Key Points from SLCC’s Mesh Panel – Sand Castle Studios
The Future of Second Life: Key Points from the Product Team at SLCC – Sand Castle Studios
The Second Life Community Convention Starts Today, My Keynote Tomorrow AM! – Betterverse: Nonprofits in the Virtual World
Video, Slides and Links from My Keynote “We Built this City” at SLCC 2011 – Betterverse: Nonprofits in the Virtual World
Pictures & Snapshots
Draxtor Dupres shots (Yfrog)
Fleep Tuque’s Oakland snaps (Flickr)
=IcaruS= in-world snaps (Flickr)
Molly Montale’s in-world snaps (Flickr)
Rik Riek’s Oakland snaps (Flickr)
Russel Boyd’s in-world snaps (Flickr)
Simon Kline’s in-world snaps (Flickr)
Sitearm Madonna’s Oakland shots (Flickr)
Stroker Serpentine’s Oakland snaps (Flickr)
Videos & Machinima
We posted Draxtor’s awesome 5 minute SLCC 2011 video wrap up at the top, but we’ll be adding other videos to the SLCC YouTube Channel, so stop by there to see more video coverage as the clips go up!
If we missed something you’ve created about SLCC 2011, be sure to tag it #SLCC or #SLCC11 or add it in the comments below, and any snapshots of photos can be added to the Second Life Community Convention Flickr Group so we can collate all of the terrific images from the convention in Oakland and in world in one place!
More to come when we’ve caught up on sleep and all of the feedback – thanks again to everyone and we can’t wait to see you in-world soon!