I’m reluctant to mention this, as I’m not a fan of Second Life (and never was, for the record). But I think we’re in for something of an e-government first this week (unless, of course, you know different):
On 21st and 22nd November, staff and stakeholders involved in the Our NHS, our future review will join internationally acclaimed health experts at a pioneering summit to showcase examples of leading-edge care from the UK and around the world… For members of Second Life, the keynote speeches can also be viewed live on the 21 November, and you will be able to register your own opinions and meet and chat with the speakers online.
Thankfully there’s also going to be a normal webcast of proceedings. The thought of medical gurus tinkering about in Second Life just seems wrong somehow.
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Actually, last week saw the Federal Consortium for Virtual World’s first meeting in D.C. and it was simulcast into Second Life as well: http://www.virtualworldsnews.com/2007/11/federal-consort.html
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