The first episode of Lab Chat had its live recording today – and there were about 197 people present on the four regions! We were delighted to have such a large attendance (especially when you consider that one of the four regions was limited to stage crew and Lindens).
You can see images from the recording on our new Flickr group – if you have images to share, please join and add your pictures to the pool!
And if you missed the show, you will be able to see it shortly on the web, here on the Lab Chat website, on the Second Life You Tube channel and at other addresses we will share. We are hoping to have it ready for broadcast by Tuesday.
We’ll be adding a transcript of the show too, and beginning our archives of questions and answers – so keep watching this site!
Lab Chat premieres today, Thursday 19th November at 10.30am.
We’ll be asking Ebbe Linden, CEO of Linden Lab, a selection of your questions, chosen by the Lab Chat team.
You can come to the Live recording of the show at the LEA Theater on LEA 2,3, and 4 (the LEA1 part of the theater will be closed as it’s being used to for the set and tech teams that are needed for the recording).
We had a great many great questions from you all for the first episode of Lab Chat – so thank you all for contributing!
Sadly, there won’t be time to ask all your questions on the show, so we have selected a number of questions that the Team thought were important, relating to Second Life, the Marketplace and Sansar.
If your question wasn’t asked this time, you can:
Come to the show and, if there’s time at the end of the set questions, submit your question in text chat – we hope to get to a few of them!
Ask your question gain, next time we call for questions
We are planning to have an archive of answered questions on this site, organised in topics, so you’ll be able to see how questions were answered or – if you want to ask a question for the first time – whether a similar question has been asked and answered before.
How will I know if my question is being asked on the show?
There’ll be several ways to know if your question is asked (and answered).
If your question is selected, you’ll be invited to appear on the show and ask your question in person (that will be a pretty big clue!).
You can come to the Live Show which will be held in the LEA Theatre on Thursday 19th November at 10.30 am SLT.
You’ll be able to watch the show later on the Second Life You Tube channel and on AviewTV.com (and probably several other channels – we’ll let you know on our website at https://labchatsl.wordpress.com/)
There will also be transcripts of the shows on the website.
As explained above, we will be making an archive of answered questions. This is partly so that you can see the answers, and partly so that people don’t ask the same questions every time!
The first show will be this Thursday, 19th November at 10.30am at the LEA Theater.