Sim Street Journal #16 finds kindred spirits in the quest for using the virtual world to creative potential. A spectrum of artists represent the ambient advantages when media come together and become greater than the parts. Multi-talented creators are rewarded.
Sim Street Journal #12 considers the best and the worst of the virtual world. From the most inspirational to the most dangerous, from serious to fun, parameters are discovered.
Sim Street Journal #8 presents contributors who reflect, yet adapt, their real selves in-world. Facing perceptive expectations, they break through convention, respond to the community, and craft original approaches.
Sim Street Journal #7 discovers how luck is created through opportunities perceived. These contributors all listen to others and themselves. Thus they represent the universal from the individual.
Sim Street Journal Issue #6 reveals virtual and real overlaps. Experiences extend, societies converge, and culture evolves. With more options, the virtually talented use new tools to separate the frivolous from the significant.
Sim Street Journal Issue #5 shows how to combine the strengths of a virtual world: social platform, creative canvas, and entrepreneurial incubator. By using all three to advantage, these contributors champion their visions.
Sim Street Journal Issue #4 tells stories, legacies, pays tribute, and looks at what works best to advance creative goals. The SL stage is set with two leaders from Blake Sea communities, a musician that has a real income from a virtual career, to artists portraying real memories and questions of reality. Follow their footsteps on the sandy beaches of imagination’s shores. Through their viewpoints, discover the potential of the virtual world.
Sim Street Journal Issue #3 profiles the relevance of virtual world commerce and culture featuring: approaches to integrating both worlds, pioneers in development and music, and new formats for criticism and advice.
Sim Street Journal Issue #2 is dominated by presenters of virtual culture—from a comprehensive mall, to leading blues clubs and artists, to the international celebration of Second Life’s 10th Birthday.
Sim Street Journal Issue #1 explores the relationship between the virtual and the real, between the cultural and the commercial, examining the musical renaissance, the crossing of cultures, and the immersion of 3D art.