About Becky

Canary Beck has been an active Second Life resident since 2007. She is an SL blogger, artist, creator, merchant, sim owner, researcher, filmmaker and performing artist. Offline she works as a London-based internet marketing consultant and business owner.

Paradise Lost The Movie nominated for an Avi’s Choice Award – Watch it now for free and vote

Unexpected news: I learned last night that someone nominated Paradise Lost The Movie for the Favourite Machinima Production Award category of Avi's Choice Awards - Arts. To celebrate, I'm freely showing the movie on this post for the first time ever - no email or registration required.

By | 2017-05-11T18:39:11+00:00 February 2nd, 2016|Features, Immersive Experiences, My Videos, Paradise Lost in Second Life, Second Life|Comments Off on Paradise Lost The Movie nominated for an Avi’s Choice Award – Watch it now for free and vote

My Christmas Gift to You

Happy Christmas! I hope you've had as much fun as I have this year. This holiday season, I'd like to thank all my readers and subscribers, by sharing what I consider my greatest achievement in Second Life to date: Paradise Lost - The Movie. Here's how to redeem your gift...

Share your photos with Firestorm this weekend to promote Second Life

Fancy yourself a good Second Life photographer? Do your pictures make Second Life look as amazing as it can be? A little while ago I asked [...]

By | 2016-11-18T13:14:50+00:00 December 11th, 2015|Firestorm Community Gateway, Second Life|Comments Off on Share your photos with Firestorm this weekend to promote Second Life

Merchants: A chance to get out in front of new Second Life residents

MadPea's first free-to-play game, The Ghost Town, launches on the 19th December at the Firestorm Gateway. MadPea seeks 20 merchants to provide themed prizes for the players. MadPea and Firestorm will promote participating vendors to their customers of the future before anyone else.

The many roles we play in Second Life

Last week I ran a survey asking Second Life users to tell me the roles with which they most identified. 3,073 people completed the survey. The purpose of my study was to determine the most popular use cases of Second Life. I wanted also to see which group is more likely to recommend Second Life. It turns out that most people identify as roleplayers in Second Life. Educators are most likely to recommend Second Life. Scripters are least likely to recommend it.

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