Hard to believe, isn’t it? In SL since January 2007, owned countless parcels between 256 and 8.192 m² and know all the tricks out of the landowner’s handbook. So now I have a 1.024 m² parcel, but since my group owns it I could go up to 1.120 m² without sliding into a higher tier […]I Have Been Stupid. 😮 — Thar She Blows!
Since the announcement last week about Linden Research, Inc being acquired by the investment group led by Randy Waterfield and Brad Oberwager there has been some responses from Linden Lab. On the Second Life Forums there has been mixed responses about it. Ebbe Altberg has been responding on Twitter over the weekend and Brett Linden responding back on the Second Life Forums.
Most Second Life residents are still worried and concerned about the future of Second Life. It’s clear from the lab responses that the specific details about the deal won’t be announced just yet. There is talk now of one or both of the investors being featured on a future Lab Gab episode or a townhall meeting. I think this is a good idea and I hope the lab will host it before the end of the year.
I think the main message from Linden Lab right now…
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THURSDAY, JULY 09, 2020 – Day 115 of my quarantine Linden Lab Acquired By Investors After Months Of Rumors, Layoffs & Sansar’s Sale; Second Life To Still Expand, Official Announcement Promises Linden Research, Inc. announced today it signed an agreement to be acquired by an investment group led by Randy Waterfield and Brad Oberwager. Closing […]
The boys group, albeit the newest of the calendar groups, is still going from strength to strength and it really has become one of the highlights of the month to go through this group choosing the images. The variety and number of images being added by so many different amazing photographers and bloggers amazes me. […]
Linden Research, Inc announced today it signed an agreement to be acquired by an investment group led by Randy Waterfield and Brad Oberwager. Apparently Mr. Waterfield and Mr. Oberwager will join the Board of Directors of Linden Research, Inc very soon. “The acquisition is subject to regulatory approval by financial regulators in the U.S. related […]
On Tuesday, July 9th, 2020, linden Lab announced it is to be acquired by “an investment group led by Randy Waterfield and Brad Oberwager”.
The acquisition is currently pending approval by financial regulators in the U.S., due to the Lab’s subsidiary, Tilia Inc., which forms part and parcel of the acquisition.
The full statement on the matter, which can be read on the Lab’s corporate website, includes a statement from Linden Lab CEO, Ebbe Altberg:
We’re excited for this new chapter to begin. We see this as an opportunity to continue growth and expansion for Second Life and our money services business Tilia. We’re grateful for the ongoing support from our community, business partners and investors. Now more than ever, there is increased recognition of the value and utility of virtual worlds to bring people together for safe, shared, and social on-line experiences.
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At 9am SLT today the SL17B regions opened up to the in-world Second Life Birthday group. There was a fair amount of Moles and Lindens at the SL17B Welcome Area welcoming everyone through the gates. The best way to explore the birthday regions is through the SL17B map boards and the SL17B Pods system. + […]
Next week marks the return of the most popular Meet The Lindens series of special town hall Q&A events featuring many of the executives at Linden Lab. You really don’t want to miss any of these live interview talks from Monday 22nd June through until Friday 26th June. This is a great opportunity for all […]
On Monday 15th June Linden Lab announced the SL17B Music Fest lineup and schedule on the official Second Life blog. The SL17B Music Fest will be starting from 11am SLT with the opening ceremony with Patch Linden on Friday 19th June. The music fest continues with live performers then until Sunday late evening at the […]
Welcome to SL Calendar Girls May 2020 selection. Firstly let me apologise for how late it is this month. Second Life is often an escape, where we are able to be creative and, for a moment, focus on the trivial instead of the chaos that is going on in the world. I hope the beautiful […]