A Bright Canopy set to open over Second Life and OpenSim

At first glance, this will be a good thing to me, and will increase the notice Second Life will get. Does anybody else have a constructive opinion to the opposite, out of curiosity?

Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

BC logoBright Canopy, the new streaming service, which allows users on low-end computers to access both Second Life and OpenSim has announced it will officially launch on Saturday, August 29th at a single monthly subscription price, which for the first 90 days (at least) will be $17.00 a month.

The service, which was established by SL users Bill Glover and his wife, Jeri (known in-world as Chaos Priestman and Beth Robbani respectively in-world),  arose directly as a result of the May 2015 closure of the SL Go streaming service provided by former on-line streaming games supplier, OnLive. What’s more, and on a personal note, I’m pleased to be able to say that this blog had a hand in bringing things about – although my involvement as a beta user hasn’t been as extensive as I’d hoped.

As a result of the cessation of SL Go as a result of OnLive’s decision…

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Posted August 18, 2015 by Harper Ganesvoort in Uncategorized

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