Monday, July 16, 2007

Butterfly cocooned?

2006 must have been the year of Weber, obviously. It seems virtual butterflies don't live much longer than their RL counterparts since it's been ages since I've heard something of importance on Weber.

By the end of 2006 Aimee Weber was seen as one of the leading content creators in Second Life, mentioned as one of the virtual millionaires and founder of the Weber Studio's and said to be part of the infamous FIC (feted inner core), the clique the chique of Second Life.

Looking at her portfolio once more to see if there's anything new coming up, 'turned out to be quite a disappointment. Weber made name and fame during the first boost of Second Life, but now seems to be marginalised and seems to live a quiet life in the Stylehyve, showing off some good pieces of furniture.

Anyone knows what happened? Any good projects coming up?

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Blogger Aimee said...

Thanks for the interest in Aimee Weber Studio. I've actually been so busy, I haven't had time to update my website.

Since the last entry on the AWS website, Aimee Weber Studio has done the following:

-Worked as Project manager for NBC's treelighting ceremony along with Bedazzle and Electric Sheep.

-We built the House of Horizons build for IBM.

-Created Bild-T's island for the SL tabloid The Avastar.

-We created the Yak Shack for the charitable organization Save the Children.

-We are currently working on the in-world press kiosks for PR Newswire.

-We are also working on several projects that we are not yet able to announce including a major automotive company and restaurant chain.

Finally, I'm the lead author for the Official Second Life Advanced Content Creation textbook entitled "Creating Your World" due out in October and I have been speaking at shows such as Computerworld.

Aimee Weber Studio has never stopped growing and has recently been hiring full time employees and providing health and dental.

I hope this is enough. If I did anymore I would collapse. :D But I will be sure to add a website update to my daunting to-do list!!

Wednesday, July 18, 2007 12:08:00 AM  

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