Virtual Reality – where to from here?

14 10 2007

A first experience of Second Life usually results in initial confusion, then curiosity, then brief enthusiasm as you work on your appearance, then inevitably boredom as you ask the obvious question, ‘What is the point of all of this?’ This is usually why most never return, contributing to the statistic of 1.4 million log ins in over the past 60 days but more than 10+ million members.


Chris, who is relatively new to SL notes on her blog


Wandering about the empty landscape of the Learn4Life island is …well, frankly, boring. There’s a limit to how much I can amuse myself without Read the rest of this entry »


Ministry in a Technological Age

4 10 2007

At the recent Anglican Missions Conference I presented a Workshop on Ministry in a Technological Age. After some adaption for this blog, I thought I would make it available … Read the rest of this entry »

Welcome to the global village

10 08 2007

There is a major transition occurring in society at the moment that will in some way affect all of us. Read the rest of this entry »

The first Anglican Service in Second Life!

16 07 2007

It was deeply moving to lead the first Anglican service in Second Life. I had tears in my eyes as Read the rest of this entry »

The power of the blog

21 06 2007

Regular readers of my blog will know that I lead the Anglican Community in Second Life. Now this fact is about to become very widely known! The hugely popular and influential has just posted a blog article on the community and my role… Read the rest of this entry »

Continuing to push the boundaries

1 06 2007

I have taken on the role of leading the Anglican Community in Second Life and over the past few weeks I have seen a number of amazing things happen… Read the rest of this entry »

What am I doing right now? Twittering that’s what.

9 05 2007

I am sorry for the long time between posts but I have been at a meeting in Nepal where aside from catching up with a great group of fellow Bible Society CEO’s and staff from around the Asia Pacific Region, I found myself wrestling with a monkey. Read the rest of this entry »