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Tuesday, December 17, 2019
Who Should Be Second Life's "Man of the Year?"
Time Magazine recently announced their Person of the Year. Over the years, the news magazine has given the title to the man, woman, group, or object that the editorial staff felt was the greatest newsmaker in the previous year, for better or for worse. Some of their selections have been controversial, such as Stalin and Ayatollah Khomeini. And some raised eyebrows such as "The Computer" in 1983. This year it was teen activist Greta Thunberg.
With this in mind, whom was the person, persons, or object who had the most impact on Second Life in 2019? In 2018, it was the volunteer staff of Second Life's 15th anniversary celebration. 2019 has had it's number of newsmakers involving Second Life, from the Relay volunteers, to the moles, to the people waiting in line for their Linden Home houseboats, to Juliet Heberle and Arabesque Choche whose Chouchou sims were chosen by the Lab to be preserved, and others.
So whom do you think should be the Newser's Man (or Woman) of the Year? Feel free to leave your comments below.
Posted by Bixyl Shuftan at 6:02 AM
Labels: 2019, award, Bixyl Shuftan, headlines, Man of the Year, news, newsmaker, Second Life, Secondlife, sl, SL Newser
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