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Thursday, December 13, 2018
Who Should Be Second Life's "Man of the Year?"
The noted 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 when it was awarded to a number of journalists whom have dealt with persecution, and in once case death, at the hands of authoritarian governments. Sometimes the choice stirs controversy, such as one year when it was awarded to "The Computer," and at other times when it was awarded to someone whom had obviously made the news for destruction and death.
This will be the fifth time the Newser has given the title. In 2014, the new CEO of Linden Lab Ebbe Linden was the Man of the Year. In 2015, the residents of Steelhead were the Community of the Year. In 2016, the title was given to the Relay for Life in Second Life. In 2017, someone from outside Second Life was chosen for the first time with FCC Chairman Ajit Pai getting the title for the potential damage his Net Neutrality could have for the virtual world.
So who will be number five? For now, we're still taking suggestions. Feel free to list then in the comments below.
Posted by Bixyl Shuftan at 6:01 AM
Labels: 2018, award, Bixyl Shuftan, headlines, Man of the Year, news, newsmaker, Second Life, Secondlife, sl, SL Newser
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Seems to me this award should be kept in world to honor residents that make a difference.ReplyDelete