the drax files radio hour [with jo yardley]

broadcasting without permission from an attic somewhere in Berlin [about the metaverse – naturally!]

on summer break and stuff is happening…

summer attire

the perfect shirt for the beach…

hey folks, drax getting ready for the beach, drinking draxbrau.

no show today [back 9/15] but catching up on updating youtube archives. please enjoy this convo with chris colosi from a while back:

in further news: sansar is coming and you heard it did you not?

inara pey is reporting [at least someone is taking tech journalism seriously..]

to my defense i blogged about it too:

the video i made a while back [it was held by linden lab for many very good reasons] is below = please share your praise and or concerns and do not hold back ok?

over and out for now and have a fab week in whatever world you choose to dwell!

jo says hi too = she hiding in a basement somewhere i think coz the outside is brutal indeed…

the drax files radio hour [with jo yardley] is a weekly production of basicdrax entertainment.

the show is supported by time portal, slartist, warbug, bay city you know for kids, zero-one heavy industries corporation, hextraordinary, ionic, maven homes, gizza creations, botanical, strawberry singh, abranimations, aeros avatars, kahruvel design, the cube republic, {what next}, landscapes unlimited, fallen gods incorporated and death row designs.

thumbnail by justin esparza

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2 comments on “on summer break and stuff is happening…

  1. ella
    July 9, 2017

    “there is nothing even remotely like Sansar out there”, a statement of truth? I am lucky enough to remember The Greenies in SL. For those with a creative outlook, this was more than memorable. As with so many of the creative marvels discovered in SL over the years. The feeling of joy, the joy that you might just be able to constructed some magic yourself. This was not what I felt on arriving in Sansar. Cold, disconnected, difficult and disappointing, would sum up my feelings of Sansar. SL empowered me in so many ways. Learning Blender from scratch and the rudiments of LSL. A house had to have doors that open! Sansar may work for the professional 3D artist and programmers. For the rest of us, it will just be passive consumerism. That is a backward step.

    • draxfiles
      July 10, 2017

      you are describing what most people felt who came into SL even during the boom when it was already very vibrant let alone in the early days when it was cold, disconnected and difficult 😉 patience = this is work in progress and NOT AT ALL passive consumerism: it is quite the opposite…I am under NDA so I can’t announce our events yet but I am sure you get a warm fuzzy feeling when you come over the day it is time…

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