I met Pooky Amsterdam while filming a Step Up! video a couple of months ago. She’s a real dynamo in inworld entertainment with television shows The 1st Question, and The Dating Casino. Pooky’s other talent is machinima. Her most recent work is a video for the song Plastic Dreams by Ming Bridges. Ming Bridges is a 2006 winner Teenage Icon by Teenage, a magazine for teens based in Singapore. The video itself is charming, the set, and wardrobe dressed by Mimikri Kit, of Mimikri. Pooky teamed up with Rick Roman (screenplay), and Rosco Boyd (director) to create a video you have to see. It’s charming, and well themed for this time of year so close to Valentine’s Day.
If you are looking for more inworld entertainment, get dressed and come see television shows The 1st Question, and The Dating Casino. Filmed in front of an audience, and also available on the web, these are more examples of what makes Second Life so wonderful. The 1st Question is “The fast-paced, fact-based, fun hour of science related merrymaking, audience participation, prizes, wit & wisdom.”; it films every Tuesday at 7pm slt check their blog for a slurl to the studio, and to see their most recent episode. The Dating Casino’s title pretty much sums it up. A dating game of chance! They are looking for contestants too, so if you wanna have some fun, either contact them be one, or come down for the taping and be apart of the audience. The Dating Casino films on Sunday at 3pm SLT. See blog for episodes and slurls.
For Ming Bridges fans under the age of 18 interested in Virtual Worlds, click here to find Second Life’s Teen Grid.