The Great Chairman Live on Your PC!

Heyyy, I’m not watching that crappola! I do this only as a service for y’allz. :/

More info on Meet the Lindens: https://community.secondlife.com/blog…
Meet Linden Lab CEO Ebbe Altberg (a.k.a. “Ebbe Linden”) in this special edition of Meet the Lindens, held June 26 in Second Life.
ABOUT EBBE LINDEN
CEO, Linden Lab
Ebbe Altberg came to Linden Lab with more than 25 years of experience leading teams and creating software used by hundreds of millions of users. After graduating from Middlebury College he went on to work at Microsoft, where he spent most of his 12 years leading teams that created the world’s most popular productivity products such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Office.

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  1. “… where he spent most of his 12 years leading teams that created the world’s most popular productivity products such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Office”

    … now that explains a lot …

    But er, no thanks I also have problems listening to any conversation moderated by Saffia for longer than 10 minutes…

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    • Her grating voice, right?
      And the interview style, oh my. “Hi Ebbe, how are you?” was already a conversation killer and a perfect example of her journalistic inaptness right at the beginning. Where do they find those people?

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      • Search for the “Making Worlds” video series. She is – anlong with Drax – one of the most “prominent” video documenters of SL. Someone out there must watch that stuff. I’m just not sure how many folks active in world actually know those videos – or even care. The Lab might have a big misconception here on popularity amongst their userbase.

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        • Yeah, I used to watch World Makers, was interesting to see the real people behind the avatars. And I also know Saffia from some weird show she made with some male co-host but it turned out as too boring and bourgeois for my taste. Really no idea how many ppl are watching those variety shows. And I don’t even wanna know. 🙂 The future of digital entertainment are weblogs, so-called blogs. It’s an absolute new and exciting format, made particularly with our millenials in mind, who love to read longform posts instead of watching video. Mhm. 😉

          /me nods to herself

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