By Nicolas Mendoza, The American Independent
In response to concerns over the term “Occupy Albuquerque”, the protest movement has renamed itself “(Un)occupy Albuquerque.” The decision was made in a general assembly meeting of protesters at the University of New Mexico campus.
As the New Mexico Independent reported last week, some of the ’99 percenters’ objected to the association of the word ‘Occupy’ with what one Daily Kos contributor called “…five-hundred years of forced occupation of [Native American] lands, resources, cultures, power, and voices by the imperial powers of both Spain and the United States. A big chunk of the 99 percent has been served pretty well by that arrangement. A smaller chunk hasn’t.”
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Carnival of the Arts 5 Day 2
I cannot believe we are already on day two! Hey, grinders! Big thank yous to everyone who came out on Friday for our wonderful artists!
We are continuing our carnival with more people who are very special to us!
2 Shannon Oherlihy
3 Thunderfoot Lorefield
4 Phemie Alcott
6 Grace McDunnough
8 suzen JueL
So, join us for 6 hours of incredible songwriters, as well as the art of Silas Merlin.
We look forward to enjoying with you.
Annnd your field trip…
9a Winston @ The Blarney Stone
One of Second Life’s most productive artists must be Cica Ghost! And I love her for it, as she creates the most awesome ‘landscapes’ on her sim Nowhere City.
Her current installation is called “Sunny Day” and that is exactly the feeling you get when you visit this whimsical place. A world where everything is made out of wood, where you can sit on a rocking horse or travel around in a wooden car, where the sun is shining and happy music is playing.
Just go see it and enjoy and..make of it what you will, but at least you will have a sunny day!
Slurl to Sunny Day
Radio Grind presents…The Experience: Part V The Dirty Grind IAC Live Music Venue & Listening Lounge – scene of the March 20th Product Meeting
The following notes are taken from the Sansar Product Meeting held on Tuesday, March 20th. These weekly Product Meetings are open to anyone to attend, are a mix of voice (primarily) and text chat. Dates and times are currently floating, so check the Meet-up Announcements and the Sansar Atlas events sections each week. Official notes, when published can be found here.
A portion of the meeting looked at the mid-March update, which is covered separately here. The latter half of the meeting was also an extended – and at times confused – general discussion on access control. Part of this did highlight the benefit of more scripted capabilities for access control and persistence of scripts, etc., (e.g. limited ban times, rather than a one-time…
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