Transcript of March 23 NPC Meetup with Global Kids on "Playing 4 Peace"

Here is the raw transcript from the last Nonprofit Commons meeting on March 23 featuring Barry Joseph of Global Kids. Barry spoke about the new "Playing 4 Peace" youth digital game design challenge that they are organizing. Plus we got a surprise visit from Lyr Lobo of SL Relay for Life with an update on recent fundraising events for this great cause.

Read on for the full transcript....

NONPROFIT COMMONS MEETING
March 23, 2012, 8:30am PST
Plush Nonprofit Commons Amphitheater
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Plush%20Nonprofit%20Commons/88/126/26

AGENDA
• 8:30am Introductions
• 8:40am TechSoup Announcements
• 8:45am Mentors Central
• LAST SECOND ADDITION: Update on Second Life Relay for Life
• 8:55am Global Kids on "Playing 4 Peace"
• 9:25am OpenMic/ Announcements

INTRODUCTIONS

[08:31] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Good morning everyone
[08:31] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): shall we get started?
[08:32] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Welcome to the weekly meetup of the Nonprofit Commons
[08:32] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Hello everyone :)
[08:32] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): I'm rik Panganiban, community manager of the NPC
[08:33] Buffy Beale: Hi Jerry :)
[08:33] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): I'm joined by Gliteractica and Bulaklak, my colleagues at TechSoup
[08:33] Glitteractica Cookie: =^.^= Meow!
[08:33] Glitteractica Cookie: =^.^= Meow!
[08:33] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): We're so glad you are here
[08:33] Lyr Lobo: Hello *grins*
[08:33] Buffy Beale: Lyr hiiii!
[08:33] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): We have some fun stuff on the agenda.
[08:33] Lyr Lobo: Hi Buffy! *grins*
[08:33] Lyr Lobo: Great
[08:33] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): But like always we beginwith doing introductions.
[08:34] Lyr Lobo: My apologies if I leave by 9:00 slt... i have an Air University Lunch and Learn then
[08:34] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Please type into the text chat (if you like) your real life name, organization, location in the world, URL and twitter handle.
[08:34] Buffy Beale: Buffy Bye, Bridges for Women, Victoria BC Canada, http://www.bridgesforwomen.ca @bridges4women
[08:34] Lyr Lobo: wonderful
[08:34] DJ Earnshaw: Don Singleton, Tulsa, OK (DJ Earnshaw, Professor Viper) HelpingTulsa and APCUG, http://snipurl.com/tk41d @donsingleton
[08:34] Ronnie Rhode: Denise Harrison, The Garden for the Missing, http://www.gardenforthemissing.org/ and SLURL http://slurl.com/secondlife/Remora/203/148/21, Project Jason, assistance for families of the missing, http://www.projectjason.org.
[08:34] Gentle Heron: Virtual Ability, Inc. www.virtualability.org now with blog, Twitter, Facebook (all accessible through the website)
[08:34] bulaklak: Michael DeLong, TechSoup, www.techsoup.org, San Francisco, CA, @MichaelDeLongSF, @TechSoup
[08:34] InKenzo at Amoration (in.kenzo): Evonne @amoration, in Los Angeles today, Interactive Producer for @TechSoup
[08:34] globalkids Bixby: Barry Joseph, NYC, Global Kids, http://olp.globalkids.org, barry@globalkids.org
[08:34] Glitteractica Cookie: Susan Tenby, Online Commuity and Social Media Directr, TechSOup Global, @suzboop @techsoup www.techsoup.org
[08:35] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Rik Panganiban, Techsoup.org, Oakland CA, www.nonprofitcommons.org @betterverse @npsl
[08:35] Brena Benoir: Brenda Bryan, Preferred Family Healthcare, Kirksville, Missouri, www.pfh.org, @brenabenoir
[08:35] Glitteractica Cookie: www.tsdigs.org is our current camapign
[08:35] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): This is for our transcript as well as for the people here today
[08:35] alebez: Ale Bezdikian, Online Community Coordinator, TechSoup, SF, Ca, @alebez, @TechSoup
[08:35] Glitteractica Cookie: campaign
[08:35] Anastasios Aurotharius: Ben Linson, Boston, engineer, entrepreneur, educator, facilitator www.entrepreneurclubboston.org
[08:35] Lyr Lobo: Lyr Lobo, Cynthia Calongne, Colorado Technical University and Public Relations and Media Relations Area Chair, Relay For Life of Second Life
[08:35] Lyssa AskJAN.org (janlyssa.serenity): Lyssa Rowan, Job Accommodation Network, http://AskJAN.org @JANatJAN
[08:35] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Lyr, thanks for stopping by!
[08:35] Red (talkwithmarie): Marie C. Girls project, Greater Boston, @talkwithmarie, http://youtube.com/girltvlive
[08:36] Lyr Lobo: /me grins
[08:36] DyVerse Jeffery-Steele (dyverse): Ricky Davis, San antonio www.restorecenterforhealthyliving.com @Dyverse_Steele, Common grounds DJ Ricky.G.Davis on Facebook, HIV/AIDS peer support
[08:36] Ethelred Weatherwax: DAVE DEXTER, Neenah Historical Society, Wisconsin USA
[08:37] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Ethered gets the award for arriving here first
[08:37] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): anyone else?
[08:37] Red (talkwithmarie): cool
[08:37] Ethelred Weatherwax: What's my prize?
[08:37] Red (talkwithmarie): hmm tshirt?
[08:37] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): ummmm....
[08:38] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): let me see what I have in my inventory....
[08:38] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Jerry Buchko | Private Practice | @jerrybuchko | http://www.linkedin.com/jerrybuchko
[08:38] Buffy Beale: yay Eth
[08:38] Red (talkwithmarie): it will arrive in the new LL delivery system E:) just wait wait...
[08:38] Second Life: Pooky Amsterdam is offline.
[08:38] Gentle Heron: oh funny, Marie!
[08:38] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): LOL
[08:38] Red (talkwithmarie): lol
[08:39] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): OK let's move on to our first item on the agenda: Updates from Techsoup.org....

TECHSOUP ANNOUNCEMENTS

[08:39] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Bulaklak?
[08:39] bulaklak: Hi, folks! Great to be hear today and excited to hear from Global Kids
[08:39] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): /me roots through his inventory bag for something
[08:39] InKenzo at Amoration (in.kenzo): very excited!
[08:39] bulaklak: First I want to update you on the Digital Storytelling Challenge
[08:39] globalkids Bixby: Woot
[08:39] Second Life: Rhiannon Chatnoir is online.
[08:40] bulaklak: I shared these last week but want to make sure everyone has the links to the YouTube and Flickr galleries
[08:40] bulaklak: You can see all the video submissions here: http://bit.ly/AFfD7a
[08:40] bulaklak: And the photo slideshows here: http://bit.ly/ypk5bb
[08:41] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): I'd missed last week's meeting. Thanks!
[08:41] bulaklak: Now as many of you probably know, we have a big awards ceremony and screening party next Wednesday evening at 7pm Pacific time
[08:41] bulaklak: We'll be screening here in Aloft
[08:41] jacmacaire Humby: Hi everyone
[08:41] bulaklak: If any of you have RSVPed on the Meetup page
[08:41] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Hi Jac!
[08:41] bulaklak: I want to kindly request that you change your RSVP
[08:41] bulaklak: We know you are attending virtually (and are thrilled!)
[08:42] bulaklak: But we need to track room capacity at TechSoup
[08:42] bulaklak: So we are trying to reserve the Meetup page RSVPs for folks coming to TechSoup that evening
[08:42] bulaklak: We really appreciate your understanding
[08:42] InKenzo at Amoration (in.kenzo): you can RSVP on Facebook :)
[08:42] bulaklak: And can't wait to have you at the drive-in theater
[08:42] InKenzo at Amoration (in.kenzo): And we will be sure to have enough virtual popcorn for all of you...
[08:42] bulaklak: With virtual popcorn for all!
[08:43] Lyr Lobo: /me chuckles
[08:43] InKenzo at Amoration (in.kenzo): and a DJ?
[08:43] Buffy Beale: bulaklak do you want us to delete if we've signed up then?
[08:43] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): (that's alwasy such a mess to clean up afterwards)
[08:43] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): ;)
[08:43] bulaklak: Buffy, if you could change your RSVP to No, we would really appreciate it
[08:43] Buffy Beale: even if I said I'd be in Second Life?
[08:43] Buffy Beale: sure I can do that
[08:43] bulaklak: Thanks, Buffy
[08:43] bulaklak: =)
[08:43] Buffy Beale: :)
[08:43] bulaklak: Meetup caps our reg at 100
[08:43] Glitteractica Cookie: Yes, you can note that in the notes field whn you RSVP no. say "I'll be there in SL"
[08:43] Buffy Beale: ok ty Glitter
[08:43] bulaklak: So we need to track room capacity as closely as possible
[08:43] bulaklak: Thank you!
[08:43] Glitteractica Cookie: And then move your RSVP to Facebook
[08:44] Glitteractica Cookie: and RSVP YES there
[08:44] bulaklak: Here is the Facebook link
[08:44] DyVerse Jeffery-Steele (dyverse): okay
[08:44] Glitteractica Cookie: thx, sorry for the silly meetup restrictions
[08:44] bulaklak: http://www.facebook.com/events/266942720051411/
[08:44] bulaklak: Lastly, I want to call out an upcoming webinar at TechSoup that looks pretty cool
[08:45] bulaklak: This is for all you data geeks or data curious
[08:45] bulaklak: It's called Mapping Philanthropy: How You Can Use Data Visualization to Do Good
[08:45] Red (talkwithmarie): hey carl
[08:45] bulaklak: And it's on Thursday, March 29 at 11am Pacific
[08:45] bulaklak: Here is the link for registration
[08:45] bulaklak: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/876707185
[08:46] bulaklak: And of course it is that magic word we love
[08:46] bulaklak: FREE
[08:46] bulaklak: =)
[08:46] bulaklak: Have a great day, everyone.
[08:46] Lyr Lobo: /me thanks you and smiles
[08:46] Red (talkwithmarie): ty bulaklak:)
[08:46] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): ty b.
[08:47] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): thanks bulaklak!

MENTORS CENTRAL

[08:47] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Next up Mentors Corner!
[08:47] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Who is here for the Mentors?
[08:47] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Me
[08:47] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): ah great
[08:48] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): :)
[08:48] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): The Mentors are our crack team of volunteer helpers here at the NPC
[08:48] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): They love to help newbies ( and oldbies)
[08:48] Gentle Heron: Go Jerry!
[08:48] Lyr Lobo: /me cheers
[08:48] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Ok, awesome
[08:48] Buffy Beale: cheering for Jerry!
[08:49] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): So we've been focused these last few weeks
[08:49] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): on this project of collecting news & other interesting items
[08:49] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): that would help reflect the kinds of postive work that's being done
[08:49] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): in SL & other virtual world settings
[08:50] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): The idea has been to share this perspective with the world at large
[08:50] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): to help balance out the media image of SL
[08:50] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): as a place primarily inhabited by vampire role players
[08:51] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): and virtual sex
[08:51] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): or vampire role players having virtual sex... ;)
[08:51] Buffy Beale: lol
[08:51] Red (talkwithmarie): oh
[08:51] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): So over the last several weeks I've been gathering some items I thought were especially interesting from this standpoint to share
[08:51] globalkids Bixby: Second Life: It's not just for vampire role players having sex anymore...
[08:52] Lyr Lobo: /me chuckles and nods
[08:52] Lotta Flux: giggles
[08:52] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): And as I collected them, I realized they were falling into three basic categories
[08:52] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): and I'll share these items within these categories now
[08:52] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): First category: How People Think & Behave ~ the Virtual & One Another (Exploring & perhaps changing how we perceive virtual spaces & relate):
[08:53] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): * TEDxVictoria - Alexandra Samuel: Ten Reasons to Stop Apologizing for your Online Life: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ui2ZwO-efo0

* The Great Online Migration: http://nationalgeographicassignmentblog.com/2012/01/19/the-great-online-...

* There is No “Cyberspace”: http://thesocietypages.org/cyborgology/2012/02/01/there-is-no-cyberspace/

* The Real and the Loss of Cyberspace: http://thesocietypages.org/cyborgology/2012/02/08/the-real-and-the-loss-...

* Twitter is to humans as….grooming is to primates?: http://networkedblogs.com/utx0H

* 3D Interactions between Virtual Worlds and Real Life in an E-Learning Community:
http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ahci/2011/684202/
[08:54] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Alexandra Samuel is a blogger I've begun to follow who writes about virtual worlds among other things, and I think she does some work that is especially accessible.
[08:54] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): The second 2 items a bit more cerebral but still fascinating, having to do with examining this distinction people commonly have between the "real" & "virtual"
[08:55] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): All these can help people to perhaps think differently about VW settings...
[08:55] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): (might need to speed up, in light of our agenda. Sorry.)
[08:55] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Righto!
[08:55] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Here it comes.. ;)
[08:55] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Cases of SL Use Applied to Helping:

* Avatars Help People Develop Real World Skills: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/12/111207104817.htm

* DoD gives PTSD help 'second life' in virtual reality:
http://www.army.mil/article/50751/dod-gives-ptsd-help-second-life-in-vir...

* Delivering Care in Second Life: http://centerforinnovation.mayo.edu/transform/2011/breakout-sessions.html

* Virtual gym 'helps weight loss': http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-13643471
Second Life for Medical Education: http://elearnmag.acm.org/archive.cfm?aid=2035934

* An Exploration of Why People Participate in Second Life Social Support Groups:
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1083-6101.2011.01543.x/full
[08:56] Second Life: Katydid Something is online.
[08:56] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Third & last category:
[08:56] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Cases of SL Use Applied to Education:

* Come visit the Webb Telescope on Second Life!: http://www.jwst.nasa.gov/secondlife.html

* Second Life as an Archaeological Tool (Podcast 5): http://ncptt.nps.gov/second-life-as-an-archaeological-tool/
[08:56] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Thanks to Gentle Heron, I was able to attend at least the last 2 days of the VWBPE
[08:57] Gentle Heron: VWBPE is an amazing event!
[08:57] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): and learned about all of the efforts in education using SL & VWS
[08:57] Sister Abeyante: /me nods and agrees.
[08:57] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Yes it was all kinds of awesome!
[08:57] Lyr Lobo: Excellent and yes!
[08:57] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Easily one of the best conferences I've ever attended...
[08:57] Gentle Heron: Virtual Ability is honored to transcribe for some of their presenters.
[08:57] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Awesome content & interaction
[08:58] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): great event
[08:58] Buffy Beale: sure was
[08:58] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): and I never once had to stare at questionable hotel carpeting.... ;-)
[08:58] Gentle Heron: /me laughs
[08:58] Lyr Lobo: We used a Speakeasy for three of our presenters as a tribute to Gentle's work
[08:58] Red (talkwithmarie): lol
[08:58] globalkids Bixby: Or a bad wifi connection...
[08:58] Gentle Heron: Thank you thank you Lyr!
[08:58] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Yes, LOL
[08:58] Sister Abeyante: /me applauds Lyr Lobo!
[08:58] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Sorry Jerry, are you finished?
[08:58] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Yes Thy Lyr.
[08:59] Second Life: Ronnie Rhode is offline.
[08:59] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Yuppers, all finished
[08:59] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): great thanks
[08:59] Red (talkwithmarie): *•.¸'*•.¸ ♥ ¸.•*´¸.•*
[08:59] Red (talkwithmarie): .•*♥¨`• BRAVO!!!! •¨`♥*•.
[08:59] Red (talkwithmarie): ¸.•*`¸.•*´ ♥ `*•.¸`*•.¸
[08:59] Red (talkwithmarie): Jerry:) great info!
[08:59] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): These kinds of presentations would be great for the NPC blog.
[08:59] Buffy Beale: great job Jerry thanks! and yes yayyy Lyr
[08:59] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Could you post this links there?
[08:59] Gentle Heron: Thank you Jerry. What a great list! I bet there's more out there too.
[09:00] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Lyr, can you stay for a minute?
[09:00] Coughran Mayo: I have a few links :)
[09:00] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): Sure, Rik! Can you share the link to the specific blog page?
[09:00] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): come on down
[09:00] Lyr Lobo: yes, told them I'd be a few minutes late *grins*
[09:00] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Jerry: http://nonprofitcommons.org
[09:00] Second Life: Ronnie Rhode is online.
[09:00] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): @Gentle, Yes there's tons more, it just takes some sifting to get at it.
[09:00] Lotta Flux: wb Ronnie
[09:00] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): @Rik, thanks!
[09:00] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): We can set you up, if you don't have an account. Just email me at rik@techsoup.org

UPDATE ON SECOND LIFE RELAY FOR LIFE

[09:01] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Before our featured talk, I wanted to give Lyr a minute to mention whats going on with SL Relay for Life
[09:01] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): I know there's a big event coming up soon
[09:01] Lyr Lobo: Hello everyone! Thank you for the invitiation to come.
[09:01] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Lyr?
[09:01] Buffy Beale: hi Lry
[09:01] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): @Buffy, Thanks. My pleasure
[09:02] Buffy Beale: er Lyr
[09:02] Buffy Beale: :)
[09:02] Lyr Lobo: /me grins and thanks Jerry
[09:02] Gentle Heron: YAY Lyr!
[09:02] Lyr Lobo: Our first Teams R Us event is the Mardi Gras Weekend March 30-April 1st.
[09:02] Lyr Lobo: (and at Kick off, I used a SpeakEasy during our Radio Broadcast, too)
[09:03] Lyr Lobo: We will have two regions full of fun music and events... the regions come online two days before and the events begin at 3 PM
[09:03] Lyr Lobo: Shayla Juran is coordinating it. *smiles*
[09:04] Lyr Lobo: Relay For Life of Second Life has raised over $1.2 million dollars since 2004 to support cancer education and research.
[09:04] Lyr Lobo: It amazed me when they appointed me PR and Media Chair, considering my schedule, and a great honor to serve.
[09:05] Second Life: Merriam Galaxy is online.
[09:05] Lyr Lobo: Jerry, we have many educators among us and on my region, we teach 6 university classes this term with 12 class meetings a week (to add to your list). *grins*
[09:05] Lyr Lobo: Thank you!
[09:06] Lyr Lobo: We have other events throughout the season until the relay June 14-15
[09:06] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): what's the URL for finding out more about the Mardi Gras event?
[09:06] Buffy Beale: that's fantastic Lyr!
[09:06] Lyr Lobo: Thanks! *grins*
[09:06] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): and twitter handle?
[09:06] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): awesome, Lyr!
[09:06] Lyr Lobo: relayforlife_sl
[09:07] Lyr Lobo: http://www.facebook.com/rflofsl
[09:07] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): awesome thanks
[09:07] Lyr Lobo: http://rflofsl.blogspot.com/
[09:07] Lyr Lobo: thank you
[09:07] Glitteractica Cookie: Thanks!
[09:07] Lyr Lobo: my apologies for dashing...Ii am at a Lunch and Learn right now too *grins*
[09:07] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): please keep usinformed about news from SLRFL!
[09:07] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): you are always welcome
[09:07] Lyr Lobo: I will *smiles*
[09:07] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): sure sure

BARRY JOSEPH OF GLOBAL KIDS ON "PLAYING FOR PEACE"

[09:08] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Ok, Barry can you come on down please?
[09:08] Buffy Beale: take care thanks for all you do Lyr, you're one who brings validity to Second Life :)
[09:08] globalkids Bixby: Hello Rik,
[09:08] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): In your, um, interesting outfit
[09:08] globalkids Bixby: Hello everybody
[09:08] globalkids Bixby: Admiring my bee suit?
[09:08] Buffy Beale: yayy the bee is back
[09:08] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): take care Lyr!
[09:08] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Let's welcome Barry Joseph of Global Kids!
[09:08] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): awesome bee suit
[09:08] globalkids Bixby: It's always great to be back at the NPC
[09:09] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): (i love gestures... :)
[09:09] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): We invited Barry back to tell us about a new initiative called "Playing 4 Peace"
[09:10] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Barry, can you give us a run down of what this new challenge is?
[09:10] globalkids Bixby: Rik is going to be interviewing me (which, if you can get him to, is pretty cool)
[09:10] globalkids Bixby: Sure. Why don't I say a few words first about GK, for those who don't know
[09:10] globalkids Bixby: and say that you shoudl egt reay for q barage of typos
[09:10] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): ;)
[09:10] globalkids Bixby: as I decided to be more spontaneous today rarther then pre-type what i would sayt
[09:10] globalkids Bixby: Global Kids is the premier non-profit educational organization for global learning and youth development. We work to ensure that urban youth have the knowledge, skills, experiences and values they need to succeed in school, participate effectively in the democratic process, and achieve leadership in their communities and on the global stage.
[09:11] globalkids Bixby: My area, the Online Leadership Program, integrates a youth development approach and international and public policy issues into youth media programs that build digital literacy, foster substantive online dialogues, develop resources for educators, and promote civic participation.
[09:11] globalkids Bixby: About ten years ago we began to work with your youth in NYC to design video games.
[09:11] globalkids Bixby: One, Ayiti: The Cost of Life, has been played millions of times. (if you know the url, please share it)
[09:11] globalkids Bixby: After many years, we have diversified the program and have a wide range of youth-gaming programs: web-based, mobile, etc.
[09:12] globalkids Bixby: But the original program, Playing For Keeps, made a big shift this year, which we are really excited about
[09:12] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): http://ayiti.globalkids.org/game/
[09:12] globalkids Bixby: With funding from the AMD foundation,
[09:12] globalkids Bixby: we are working with E-Line Media, which runs Gamestar Mechanic
[09:12] globalkids Bixby: IS anyone here familiar with GM?
[09:13] InKenzo at Amoration (in.kenzo): yes
[09:13] InKenzo at Amoration (in.kenzo): :)
[09:13] Ozma Malibu: yes
[09:13] Rhiannon Chatnoir: /me is
[09:13] Glitteractica Cookie: I have heard of GM
[09:13] globalkids Bixby: Gamestar is a web-based tool for making web-based games, without needing to know programming. It's pretty cool.
[09:13] globalkids Bixby: Gamestarmechanic.com
[09:14] Glitteractica Cookie: oh yes. that's right
[09:14] globalkids Bixby: well, they run these Social Impact Game DEsign Challenges, in which youth are given a topic and asked to make a game around it
[09:13] globalkids Bixby: sustainable living. non-violence. Stuff like that
[09:14] globalkids Bixby: So this year, P4K is working with E-Line to co-design and co-run the challenge
[09:14] globalkids Bixby: The youth worked all year to become GM mastes, research social issues, and then design their own challenge
[09:14] globalkids Bixby: and the first
[09:14] globalkids Bixby: one
[09:14] globalkids Bixby: launched
[09:14] globalkids Bixby: this
[09:14] globalkids Bixby: month
[09:14] globalkids Bixby: (*cheers*)
[09:14] globalkids Bixby: The youth picked the topic of ending war and named it the Playing For Peace challenge.
[09:15] globalkids Bixby: You can see it at: http://www.tinyurl.com/playing4peace
[09:15] Jerry Buchko MA AFC: (thinking a lot of the educators at vwbpe would have probably been very interested in something like Gamestar...)
[09:15] globalkids Bixby: Over March and April, youth can go into GM, design their own game, and submit it. In May one youth will win a new laptop, with other cool prizes
[09:15] globalkids Bixby: more importantly, scores of good games will be produced, by youth, judged by youth, for youth, on the topic.
[09:15] globalkids Bixby: I am not sure if I am,,,
[09:15] Gentle HeronGentle Heron will point VWBPE organizers at GlobalKids as a potential presenter for next year's session.
[09:16] globalkids Bixby: ooh - lost Rik
[09:16] globalkids Bixby: (I will fill in the questins he might have asked)
[09:16] Lotta Flux: great idea, Gentle
[09:16] globalkids Bixby: I am not sure if I am support to tell you this but, well, let me ask you first.
[09:16] globalkids Bixby: Over two months, how many game submissons do you think we should expect?
[09:16] globalkids Bixby: Just shout it out
[09:17] 5,000
[09:17] Barry has presented in previous years at VWBPE
[09:17] @Gentle, Yes, great idea
[09:17] Lotta Flux: a ginormous amount :)
[09:17] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): 200?
[09:17] Ozma Malibu: 20?
[09:17] Coughran Mayo: it's the interwebs....5,000 is nothing
[09:17] globalkids Bixby: We had hoped to have more than 500, after two months.
[09:17] Lotta Flux: ooh, you wil
[09:17] globalkids Bixby: But after just two weeks, we already have 400 entries, with 6 weeks to go
[09:17] Lotta Flux: will*
[09:17] InKenzo at Amoration (in.kenzo): nice!
[09:17] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): wow!
[09:17] Buffy Beale: wow!
[09:18] Rhiannon Chatnoir: and you can read up on a lot of the ongoing work that Barry and others at OLP at Global Kids have done through the years on their blog http://olpglobalkids.org
[09:18] Lotta Flux: yep!
[09:18] Ozma Malibu: wow
[09:18] globalkids Bixby: In any case, as you can imagine, the youth are both excited and a little overwhelmed at the possibilies.
[09:18] Lotta Flux: ginormous :)
[09:18] globalkids Bixby: The youth also will present publically about it - they will be talking this Tuesday in NYC at a teacher meet-up about their work in the program, and next month a tthe annual Global Kids confernece.
[09:18] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): that's awesome
[09:18] Lotta Flux: judging will be difficult
[09:18] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): i'll bet
[09:19] globalkids Bixby: Also, to support the Challenge, they created a sample game about two countries at war over war - driven by the elites- and the player/protaganist who unites the masses to end the war
[09:19] globalkids Bixby: So that's essentially the overview. There WILL be a second challenge. But I am not sure if you all want to know the topic just yet...
[09:19] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): YES!
[09:19] globalkids Bixby: Okay, Twist my arm.
[09:19] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): please please please
[09:20] globalkids Bixby: The general topic is about how we are affected
[09:20] globalkids Bixby: by media - the good, the bad and the ugly.
[09:20] Lotta Flux: very interesting!
[09:20] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): hmmm interesting
[09:20] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): love it
[09:20] globalkids Bixby: But what a broad topic, right? So their challenge now is to focus it down - e.g. when is a time that wikipedia made you cry
[09:21] globalkids Bixby: and then connect that make to designing a game - design a game about a time watching youtube made you feel generous
[09:21] globalkids Bixby: You get the idea
[09:21] globalkids Bixby: Okay, that's all I got. :-)
[09:21] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Nice!
[09:21] globalkids Bixby: What else might you like to know about the program?
[09:21] globalkids Bixby: or my life?
[09:21] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Any questions about Playing 4 Peace?
[09:22] globalkids Bixby: (My 5 year old loves the new Angry Birds Space, btw...)
[09:22] Rhiannon Chatnoir: /me notices Barry has his Starax wand
[09:22] globalkids Bixby: wand on
[09:22] globalkids Bixby: balloons
[09:22] Second Life: Katydid Something is offline.
[09:22] Carl Solutionary (carlicann): <-- I have teaching resources about analyzing advertising... FYI e.g. http://humaneeducation.org/documents/view/10 and
[09:22] Lotta Flux: tyvm, Barry!
[09:22] globalkids Bixby: Yw, Lotta
[09:23] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Can adults enter the challenge?
[09:23] globalkids Bixby: You can read more about our digital youth programs here : http://olp.globalkids.org (and, as a first annoumcenet, come back soon for a NEW web site)
[09:23] Buffy Beale: Global have you heard of the http://www.gameful.org site which is great for connecting gamers
[09:23] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Seems a shame to let the kids have all the fun
[09:23] globalkids Bixby: No, only youth under 18
[09:23] Buffy Beale: and open for all ages
[09:23] globalkids Bixby: Adults have other opportunities to design games and win prizes, like JOBS. :-)
[09:23] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): lol
[09:24] 01 Hifeng: xD
[09:24] globalkids Bixby: BUT we can always youth adults like those at NPC to tell other youth about the opportunity
[09:24] globalkids Bixby: BUT we can always USE adults like those at NPC to tell other youth about the opportunity
[09:24] globalkids Bixby: wand off
[09:25] Buffy Beale: lol wand off, should we back up?
[09:25] InKenzo at Amoration (in.kenzo): I'd like to be youthed global :)
[09:25] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): So if you have a young person in your life who loves games, direct them to this challenge where they can build their own games on something meaningful
[09:25] globalkids Bixby: Rik, always a pleasure to be by your virtual side. Thank you for inviting me and Global Kids to present today.
[09:25] InKenzo at Amoration (in.kenzo): URL again?
[09:25] globalkids Bixby: wand on
[09:25] globalkids Bixby: balloons
[09:25] globalkids Bixby: Aw, no exit balloons...
[09:25] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): any other scoops you can give us at the NPC?
[09:25] Second Life: The One and Only Drax (draxtor.despres) is online.
[09:26] globalkids Bixby: Oh, sure. I'm full of them, if there is time
[09:26] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): what's the next big thing at Global Kids?
[09:26] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Just one biggee
[09:26] Second Life: Chimera Cosmos is online.
[09:26] globalkids Bixby: Anyone here heard about the new interest in digital badging systems for learning?
[09:26] globalkids Bixby: http://tinyurl.com/badgeframes
[09:26] Gentle Heron: Yes
[09:26] Ozma Malibu: yes!
[09:26] globalkids Bixby: We just received funds to build
[09:26] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): uh huh
[09:26] Rhiannon Chatnoir: yes
[09:26] Buffy Beale: yes and wow that's great
[09:26] globalkids Bixby: the premiere badging system to certift informla nd interest-driven learning
[09:26] globalkids Bixby: amongst oyuth in NYC and Chicago
[09:27] globalkids Bixby: it is direclyy supporting the Hive Learning Networks, which is
[09:27] globalkids Bixby: scores of museums, library and after school orgs like GK
[09:27] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): woah
[09:27] Second Life: Adalace Jewell is online.
[09:27] globalkids Bixby: We are thrilled and honored to get to take the lead role on this. Mroe info here: http://www.olpglobalkids.org/2012/03/gk_announces_new_badging_syste.html
[09:28] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): so GK is building the system taht will track the learning of youth in NYC and Chicago aross multiple institutions?
[09:28] globalkids Bixby: Other than that, no, nothing else to announce...
[09:28] globalkids Bixby: We are partnering with
[09:28] globalkids Bixby: Learning Times, an ed tech company in NYC and
[09:28] globalkids Bixby: will co-design the functioning of the system with them, with the members o fthe Hive Learning Netowkr, and
[09:28] Second Life: Susanne Patrono is online.
[09:28] globalkids Bixby: based on our 4+ years developong digital badging systems.
[09:29] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): isn' t that 10s of thousands of youth?
[09:29] globalkids Bixby: Youth within each Hive Member org can then join the system and receive guidance, feedback and support for their learning paths
[09:29] Rhiannon Chatnoir: yay for badges :)
[09:29] globalkids Bixby: During the first year we are look at upwards of 28 organizations and 2,000 youth.
[09:29] globalkids Bixby: And, of course, one of this orgs I know very well: Global Kids.
[09:30] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): very cool
[09:30] globalkids Bixby: Badges have the potentail to be a real game changer, as said last Sept by DOE Secretary Arnie Duncan
[09:30] DyVerse Jeffery-Steele (dyverse): there was a session at sxsw will work for badges
[09:31] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): We could do a whole webinar / training just on that subject
[09:31] globalkids Bixby: WHo led that session?
[09:31] globalkids Bixby: I'd be happy to come back to directly address the topic, if it would be of interest.
[09:31] Glitteractica Cookie: training would be great
[09:31] Buffy Beale: I'd like to hear more
[09:31] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): might be good for our larger TechSoup networks as well ( libraries, after school programs, etc)
[09:31] Second Life: Fatty (eros.foehammer) is offline.
[09:31] globalkids Bixby: We have a document aggregatting what we know about the topic - http://tinyurl.com/badgeframes - anbd collaborating with some others ona new Wikipedia entry on the topic
[09:32] Glitteractica Cookie: Yes, Rik, let's talk about making that happen later
[09:32] Lotta Flux: great idea, Rik!
[09:32] globalkids Bixby: Watching the clock, I'd hate to take up any more of your time. Thank you all for your generous attention today.
[09:32] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): fantastic. you heard it here first.
[09:32] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Okay well there's lots more we could cover.
[09:32] Gentle Heron: Thanks GlobalKids. Great info.
[09:33] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): But in light of the time, how do people find you , barry if they have more questions
[09:33] globalkids Bixby: They can email me at barry@globalkids.org
[09:33] Buffy Beale: cheering madly for GlobalKids, you do such great work
[09:33] Gentle Heron: GlobalKids is a great organization.
[09:33] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): very awesome! great work! :)
[09:33] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): awesome. Thanks for taking the time be with us today, Barry
[09:33] Glitteractica Cookie: Agree! Thanks so much!
[09:34] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): yes, thank you!
[09:34] Zotarah Shepherd: GK does awesome work with kids
[09:34] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Always a pleasure to bring back an old friend to the NPC. All the best with your new exciting projects.
[09:34] globalkids Bixby: My pleasure, as always. NPC contributes so much to Second Life, making it a better place for vampires to have sex and all that, so I'm happy to do all I can to offer support.
[09:34] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): lol
[09:34] Glitteractica Cookie: HA!
[09:34] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): lol
[09:34] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): We'll add that to our tagline
[09:34] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): ;)
[09:35] Rhiannon Chatnoir: yes, wonderful as allways to hear from Barry & GK :)
[09:35] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): ok we should move on to our final agenda item

OPEN MIC ANNOUNCEMENTS

[09:35] Zotarah Shepherd: /me claps
[09:35] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): please get your announcements ready....
[09:35] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): But first , here's all the relevant links to where to find the NPC online....
[09:35] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Here are the many ways to can get involved with the Nonprofit Commons in Second Life:

Nonprofit Commons blog: http://nonprofitcommons.org
Twitter: http://twitter.com/npsl
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nonprofitcommons

Google Group: http://groups.google.com/group/TechSoup-Second-Life
Google Calendar: http://bit.ly/2tMEYh
Wiki: http://npsl.wikispaces.com

About TechSoup:
http://www.techsoup.org/stock/howtousetechsoup.asp
http://flavors.me/techsoup
http://flavors.me/nonprofitcommons

Weekly Networking Event: Wharf Ratz, Aloft, Tuesdays, 7-9pm SLT
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Aloft%20Nonprofit%20Commons/168/22...

Monthly Networking Event (3rd Thursday):
Common Ground, Plush, 5PM-7PM SLT
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Plush%20Nonprofit%20Commons/128/22...
[09:36] Glitteractica Cookie: I would like to do a final plug for the Digital Storytelling Awards ceremony on Wednesday at 7pm SLT
[09:36] Glitteractica Cookie: please shpw up, not here, at aloft
[09:36] Glitteractica Cookie: and see the winners and DyVerse will be the DJ!
[09:36] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): For sure. Please come to our event at Aloft next Wednesday. We'll be showing some awesome videos
[09:36] InKenzo at Amoration (in.kenzo): drive in goodness
[09:37] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): and its one of our most successful public events at the NPC. So your support in getting the word out is apprecaited.
[09:37] Glitteractica Cookie: I think you will all get a lot out of the stories that were made by the nonprofits and get to se them in our virtual drive in
[09:37] Rhiannon Chatnoir: :)
[09:37] Glitteractica Cookie: And there will be 100+ ppl from all over the world in the real room, so I'd love to share all of you with our global network
[09:37] Glitteractica Cookie: In Kenzo, anything to add about the event?
[09:38] Buffy Beale: that's fantastic Glitter, 100 people wow
[09:38] Glitteractica Cookie: Bulaklak, anything to add?
[09:38] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): sounds like it's going to be a lot of fun
[09:38] Glitteractica Cookie: we all will be there... the entire team, and we will be live streaming, as usual
[09:39] bulaklak: No. Just that i am looking forward to it!
[09:39] Glitteractica Cookie: e too
[09:39] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): I think we are giving out free puppies at the event
[09:39] Glitteractica Cookie: and free money
[09:39] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): ;)
[09:39] Rhiannon Chatnoir: ha
[09:39] bulaklak: There will be dancing cats!
[09:39] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): labradoodles I think
[09:39] Glitteractica Cookie: and booze
[09:39] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): free booze?
[09:39] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): oh yeah, booze
[09:39] Glitteractica Cookie: yup
[09:39] bulaklak: Dancing booze.
[09:39] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): bring it!
[09:39] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): ;)
[09:39] Glitteractica Cookie: brought!
[09:39] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): okay enough of that...
[09:39] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Who else has an announcement for us?
[09:39] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): lol
[09:39] Gentle Heron: I have two announcements, please.
[09:40] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): sure, gentle. Anyone else?
[09:40] Buffy Beale: lol Rik
[09:40] DyVerse Jeffery-Steele (dyverse): raises hand
[09:40] Gentle Heron: (my second one is kind of a group announcement anyway!)
[09:40] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Gentle and then Dyverse
[09:41] Gentle Heron: OK, I have two announcements, one short and one long. The short one first.
[09:41] Gentle Heron: Participating in research allows your knowledge to be valued as you support wider understandings. Help others and sometimes you even can earn a little extra cash. There's a research opportunity right now posted in the Healthinfo Island Research Pavilion, only open through today, that could earn US citizens 30 US (not Linden!) dollars for a phone interview.
[09:41] Gentle Heron: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Healthinfo%20Island/112/203/30
Go inside, click the poster, and follow the directions on the notecard. (There are several specific opportunities for different populations. The one that ends today is by First Opinions.)
OR you can IM Andy Evans for a notecard.
(Free money, no free puppies)
[09:41] Second Life: Merriam Galaxy is offline.
[09:41] Gentle Heron: ****

Now the big long multi-part multi-organization announcement.
[09:42] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): sweet!
[09:42] Gentle Heron: A number of organizations in SL are collaborating on a series of presentations to raise awareness about Brain Injury during the month of March. I'm going to list just the events for this coming week! Please note the variety of topics and the many collaborators.
[09:42] Gentle Heron: ***
[09:42] Gentle Heron: Rehabilitation for a Patient with Traumatic Brain Injury in the US and Japan
PRESENTERS: ALiesel & ScubbaSteve, graduate students in occupational therapy, Thomas Jefferson University
SAT Mar 24, noon SLT
Healthinfo Island Research Pavilion

Occupational Therapists in the United States and in Japan work with other healthcare professionals to provide treatment for patients with traumatic brain injuries. Following the presentation, we tour the Thomas Jefferson University Adapted Home, to see cognitive adaptations.
[09:42] Gentle Heron: ***
Supportive Communication and Errorless Learning for Caregivers of Persons with TBI
MON Mar 26, 4pm SLT
fate Paule & Namaara MacMoragh
Etopia EcoCommunity Training and Conference Center
[09:43] Gentle Heron: ***

On WED, March 28, noon SLT, Chad Mikado of the National Service Inclusion Project will present about including people with traumatic brain injury in national service.
[09:43] Second Life: Aki Shichiroji is online.
[09:43] Gentle Heron: **

On the Job with a TBI
PRESENTER: Melanie Whetzel, JAN Senior Consultant
THUR Mar 29, 10am SLT
The Sojourner Auditorium, Virtual Ability
Workplace accommodation ideas for individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury.
[09:43] Gentle Heron: **

Traumatic Brain Injury: New understanding
PRESENTER: Dr. Allen Brown, physician in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Mayo Clinic
THUR Mar 29, noon SLT
Mayo Clinic conference center
Research on Traumatic Brain Injury is changing the way this condition is understood and manged, resulting in better care and improved lives.
[09:43] Second Life: Susanne Patrono is offline.
[09:44] Second Life: Merriam Galaxy is online.
[09:44] Gentle Heron: **
TBI: The Signature Injury of Modern Warfare and its Impact on Veterans' Lives
PRESENTER: Cindy Tandy (RL)/Eve Maven (SL)
FRI Mar 30, 4pm SLT
The Sojourner Auditorium, Virtual Ability Island

TBI is a common injury sustained by veterans of modern wars. How does it impact their lives after their physical recovery?
[09:44] Gentle Heron: *** I think the above week's schedule represents the best of collaboration in a virtual world. Please attend if you can. That's it for this week!
[09:44] Sister Abeyante: Wow!
[09:45] Gentle Heron: (all will be presented in both voice and text)
[09:45] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): an impressive listing of events. I hope there is a comprehensive calendar somewhere?
[09:45] Ozma Malibu: That's wonderful
[09:45] Buffy Beale: nice going Gentle, this is impressive!
[09:45] Second Life: globalkids Bixby is offline.
[09:45] Gentle Heron: Yes we have physical calendars inworld too!
[09:46] Second Life: The One and Only Drax (draxtor.despres) is offline.
[09:46] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): I'm not sure I understand "physical calendars inworld"? But we could use one here.
[09:46] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): (I know there are counselors that work in the employee assistance field that would probably benefit from these sessions...)
[09:46] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Anyway, next up is Dyverse...
[09:46] Gentle Heron: It's an SL object that projects from a GoogleCalendar into SL
[09:47] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): gotcah, I am just teasing
[09:47] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Dyverse?
[09:47] DyVerse Jeffery-Steele (dyverse): I also have two first is on August 4th and 5th i will be streaming sessions from the international AIDS 2012 CONFERECNE here in sl i was approved as a hub
[09:49] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): ok
[09:49] DyVerse Jeffery-Steele (dyverse): second i tried to get approved to stream tedmed to sl but they told me that the stream was for a company that has a large hd tv and I was wondering if techsoup has such equipment so they could show it and then stream into sl
[09:49] Second Life: Trill Zapatero is offline.
[09:49] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): ok
[09:49] DyVerse Jeffery-Steele (dyverse): its in april
[09:49] Gentle Heron: DyVerse, that is so cool about the AIDS Conference... please pass me a notecard of details!
[09:50] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Dyverse, email is at nonprofitcommons@techsoup.org with that queswtion
[09:50] DyVerse Jeffery-Steele (dyverse): sure thing
[09:50] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): anything else to add?
[09:50] DyVerse Jeffery-Steele (dyverse): and I will get the notecard to you Gentle
[09:50] DyVerse Jeffery-Steele (dyverse): i am done
[09:51] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): great. the AIDS conference stream sounds fantastic.
[09:51] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): I believe Andy had something to add before we close....
[09:51] Andy Evans: Thanks for announcing our survey, Gentle, We will keep it open one more week. It is IRB-approved and results to be presented at an academic research conference in Orlando in May. Anyone interested for themselves or group, IM me. Thanks
[09:51] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): yes, very cool!
[09:52] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): thanks Andy. Be in touch with him if you want to know more.
[09:52] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Well thanks for coming to another Nonprofit Commons meetup.
[09:52] Glitteractica Cookie: thanks Rik
[09:52] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): I hope you learned something useful for your group and yourself. I know taht I did.
[09:52] Jerry Buchko MA AFC (jerrybuchko): thanks Rik, thanks everyone!
[09:53] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): We'll post the transcxript and recap shortly.
[09:53] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Special thanks to Barry Joseph from Global Kids for stopping by.
[09:53] Glitteractica Cookie: Yes, Thanks Barry
[09:53] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): We'll see you all soon!
[09:53] bulaklak: Thanks, Barry!
[09:53] Glitteractica Cookie: Hope to see some of you at the event on Wednesday night. And at NTC!
[09:53] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Is Mentors Meeting happening now?
[09:53] Second Life: The One and Only Drax (draxtor.despres) is offline.
[09:53] Gentle Heron: break please!!!!!!
[09:54] Second Life: bulaklak is offline.
[09:54] Second Life: Coughran Mayo is offline.
[09:54] Second Life: Trill Zapatero is online.
[09:54] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): BTW I could use a copy of a chatlog if someone has it
[09:54] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): I logged out for a few minutes
[09:55] Second Life: Glitteractica Cookie is offline.
[09:55] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): is there a mentors meeting?
[09:55] Brena Benoir: we can touch base briefly if someone needs help
[09:55] DJ Earnshaw: I can send you one do you want it now or after mentors
[09:55] Buffy Beale: Zinnia is not here
[09:55] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): I can take it now
[09:55] Brena Benoir: Several us are on tight time committments today
[09:56] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): oh got one
[09:56] Buffy Beale: but if anyone needs any assistance please stay and we'll help you out
[09:56] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): thanks Gentle!
[09:56] Buffy Beale: or assign someone
[09:56] Second Life: Trill Zapatero is offline.
[09:56] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): Can I rqeuest that someone from Mentors report back on VWBPE for those of us who weren't there? For the next NPC meeting I mean
[09:56] Second Life: Trill Zapatero is online.
[09:56] Hour Destiny: Drat. I showed up a little too late. Unity3D is a free 3D game platform and until April 8th, you can get the iOS and Android packages for free. That should help youth make games.
[09:57] Brena Benoir: I will pass that along and see who we can get coordianted to help compile a review
[09:57] Gentle Heron: oh gosh I don't think you can summarize VWBPE in 5 minutes, Rik.
[09:57] Ozma Malibu: so true, Gentle :-)
[09:57] Hour Destiny: The VWBPE conference was quite good.
[09:57] Rhiannon Chatnoir: yeah
[09:58] Ozma Malibu: poster sessions such as I could only wish to see in physical format
[09:58] Ozma Malibu: and everything else on the same high level
[09:58] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): sure , just 5 or so big picture items that others might care about
[09:58] Gentle Heron: exactly Ozma, and they are still up over there!
[09:59] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): and then links to more recaps online
[09:59] Hour Destiny: Anyone know if any of the sessions were recorded?
[09:59] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): is that possible?
[10:00] Hour Destiny: I don't see why not.
[10:00] Rhiannon Chatnoir: they usually do record some, not sure this time
[10:00] Gentle Heron: Some portions of some sessions were recorded, I know.
[10:00] Sister Abeyante: Those in text are archived by the presenter. You can probably just ask and get a full transcript.
[10:00] Gentle Heron: And the ones given in text are available from the presenters
[10:00] Ozma Malibu: we will figure it out, Rik, for you
[10:00] Gentle Heron: and some presenters put their slides on SlideShare
[10:00] Hour Destiny: FRAPS is one way to record.
[10:00] Rhiannon Chatnoir: they have streamd them in the past.. you just screen capture straight to something like ustream/livestream
[10:01] Rik Panganiban (rik.riel): thanks Ozma. its good for those of us who weren't able to be there to know the major points
[10:01] Ethelred Weatherwax: bye

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