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Monday, December 22, 2014
Who Should Be Second Life's "Man of the Year?"
The well-known TIME magazine recently issued it's annual "Man of the Year" edition, as it has for decades, the person whom it feels made the biggest impact in news events for the past year. It's not always a man, as women have won it. It's not always a good guy, as it's been awarded to dictators. Sometimes it's awarded to a group of people, as it was this year collectively to the doctors on the front lines of the Ebola epidemic. And it's not always a human, as one year it was awarded to "The Computer."
So who should be Second Life's "Man of the Year" for 2014?
Second Life has had it's share of newsmakers in the past year. One is Kylie Sabra for her work in addressing the Terms of Service issue which continued to irritate content creators into early this year. Another is Draxtor Despress for his "Drax Files" videos about noteable people across Second Life. And there's Ebbe Linden, the new CEO of Linden Lab.
So which of these deserves the title of Man (or Woman) of the Year, or can you the readers think of someone else?
Posted by Bixyl Shuftan at 6:01 AM
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Bixyl. I am speechless. Thank you. I don't know what else to say. It was a difficult road and I don't regret it.ReplyDelete
Welcome, but you haven't won yet.:-)ReplyDelete
lol Not planning on it, but it was a lovely gesture.ReplyDelete