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  • AlexandreLois1 22:38 on 28/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    I’ll teach you true love 

    I am a composer and I can teach you to love through music



    • Elle 18:49 on 01/03/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Cool Alexandre. How are you synthesizing that?

      • AlexandreLois1 00:26 on 03/03/2015 Permalink | Reply

        I have long remembered how I did it, but did not remember. I work with different interesting synths and there are good luck. This thing is successful.

  • Paypabak Writer 14:53 on 27/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

    New lecture on Tools of the Trade:


    Read there, discuss here!

  • Newton 03:53 on 27/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

    Café Sophistry Begins 


    The first Café Sophistry section, Gender and Virtuality, begins on Sunday, March 1 at 8:00 AM SLT. For those interested in the course on Sunday, it is also the day of the Convocation. This means attending a one hour class followed by the 10am convocation an hour later.

    An alternate possible time on Sunday March 1 is from 2pm SLT to 3pm  SLT. If you want to take this course on Sunday but would prefer 2pm SLT, please chime in.

    There is some additional information about this first section, and how to prepare for it, here.


    • Vanessa 20:41 on 27/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      The earlier, 8am, slot works better for me, and I’ll definitely plan to be there. I’m greatly anticipating this exciting workshop!!!

      • Newton 16:19 on 28/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

        Thank you for confirming, Vanessa. 8am it is!

  • AlexandreLois1 00:02 on 27/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Someone makes fractals? 

    It is interesting to know


    • Neeva 01:28 on 27/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for posting that. I liked seeing it.

    • Elle 05:23 on 27/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      I like that one! There are some amazing fractals out there.

    • veyot 12:57 on 28/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Seeing that fractal, I was compelled to try some free fractal software. I watched fractals until I was dizzy and enjoyed changing the colors, clicking randomly on the choices that were offered. I bet fractal artists have their favorite settings. Thanks for posting that, AlexandreLois. Most of the ones I made looked like ferns or amoebas.

  • Zsophia 00:56 on 25/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Hey all! I am going to be doing a cookbook for our MU and I need your help!
    MU already has such a community feel that I want to put it in the cookbook. I am looking for more than just recipes. I also want your tricks, how to’s. what are your tips what did your mum or other person teach you? What does every kitchen need? What is that story?

    Think it over get it ready and I will be putting out the all call!

  • Paypabak Writer 15:27 on 23/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

    Serendipidy Haven noticed a disturbance in the Force, wrote about it, and I caught it and wrote about it since I was part of that disturbance!


    We can’t blog in a vacuum. We read other writers for sustenance and against whom we measure ourselves whether consciously or subconsciously. What do you think?

    • Pearl Grey 18:56 on 23/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      So this is what I think:

      This is totally my approach too. (I’m not on Tumblr and can’t like or comment over there.)

      I read other blogs, and my time is indeed valuable to me, so I consider doing so worthy of my attention. I do measure myself against other bloggers, mostly on a spectrum or map of opinion, and to where my beliefs are in relation to theirs at the moment. I can easily identify what I agree with, disagree with, what I don’t have a clue about and what makes me think or rethink something.

      I barely register how I compare to how many followers, reblogs or likes other bloggers have. I make it a priority to respond to comments that I understand and which are relevant to what I’ve blogged about. And to be clear, I’m writing about the blog I’ve written since June 2012.

      I’m thrilled when I get a comment that indicates a kind person has actually read what I’ve written, not a “Great job!!! Check out my stuff!!!”

      No matter how much of a genius a blogger is, if they walk and talk like a narcissist, I’m not interested for long. We’re all busy but if there’s no connection, community or reciprocity ever, then I’m out.

      I wouldn’t dream of changing who I am and how I blog based on the feedback, or lack thereof, that I get. We don’t have to all agree on things or be in cliques.

      But really, writers who attempt blogging in a vacuum tend to quit, don’t they?

      • Izzy 03:31 on 25/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks Paypabak! Thanks Pearl!

        We do need to read widely enough to not be lost in our own echo chamber – or maybe being lost is fine???

        But either way, I’ve read plenty of stuff on The Guardian or Huffington Post or insert-name-of-favorite-corporate-site-here, had a response, and then spent 20 minutes formulating my articulate response.

        I refuse to do that any longer. Nobody cares about your insightful comment on TheGuardian.com. I think ideally focusing on a community of peeps is the most fruitful. It might be The Community of MU Bloggers, and it might be some other community that’s meaningful to you. But whatever it is, I think consistently interacting with that group represents the best chance of creating something powerful, exciting, and rewarding.

  • Paypabak Writer 14:25 on 20/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

    Another stroll through the campus post:

    • Izzy 08:41 on 21/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Yet more awesome work from MU Blogger-in-residence Paypabak!!!

  • Izzy 08:09 on 20/02/2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Sal Khan

    I wanted to share this inspiring talk by Sal Khan. It’s a great talk in general and he shares so many of our values at MU. Note especially when he talks about empowering the learner to choose their own goals. That’s the core of our philosophy.

  • TrilbyM 20:03 on 18/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    I want a MU bumpersticker in real life! We could get bumper stickers, coffee cups, etc., from places like http://www.cafepress.com Wouldn’t it be cool to see another Medici car? Let’s encourage Izzy to upload some artwork! Who’s with me?

    • Izzy 02:14 on 19/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      kk, what would you like on your sticker? The crest (yellow shield with red & blue balls) and “Medici University” logotype? Anything else? Or just that stretched long like a bumper sticker?

      Or there are those places that do t-shirts to order also, right? Do we have Design / Graphic Types at MU? Perhaps a challenge to design graphic t’s?

      We could actually (perhaps) upload all the entries and peeps could order what they like… THOUGHTS???

      • Newton 02:48 on 20/02/2015 Permalink | Reply



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          • TrilbyM 10:44 on 20/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

            The crest would be nice, and a bumper sticker format. MU spelled out to put across the back window would be good too. Contest could be great!

    • Zsophia 05:35 on 23/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      I love the idea!

    • Neeva 15:55 on 24/03/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Great idea. I was thinking of making a Medici U coffee mug for myself on zazzle.

  • TrilbyM 17:11 on 18/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Medici products in real life 

    I want a MU bumpersticker in real life! We could get bumper stickers, coffee cups, etc., from places like http://www.cafepress.com Wouldn’t it be cool to see another Medici car? Let’s encourage Izzy to upload some artwork! Who’s with me?

  • Paypabak Writer 21:10 on 17/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Jumping the gun on starting classes? Sorry, I’m just going on ahead and putting this out there:


    Read if you care to and then return here to discuss if you don’t want the attention on the blog. Or do it there. It’s a free country.

    • Pearl Grey 04:22 on 18/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for the first lecture and also for the blogging discussion we had a few days ago. It’s good to learn about the approach other bloggers have.

      Like I told you then, a few of us change our minds about our approach more often than others.

    • Veyot 13:37 on 18/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Those are great tips, Paypabak. I often neglect to get the notecard when I arrive at a place, so I am missing a good source of “words” to help in writing. I also want to mention that your blog looks so cool that I didn’t realize it was Tumblr—and for a beginning blogger, Tumblr is easy to use

    • Paypabak Writer 13:52 on 18/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Veyot: Tumblr is very easy to get started and yet rich in features, allowing me to add pages that are more or less static. I don’t care to spend a lot of time tweaking the platform, although I do try to update my static pages (blogroll, bio, even my Moonletters Index). I want to write not tweak.

      Pearl, I know what you mean in terms of changing approaches to expressing myself. First Life throws curves at us that do affect our virtual selves and we do well not to resist them.In that way the platform we choose does need to match up with the use to which we put it. But this is getting ahead of the game! Next “lecture” will address the tools of the trade!

    • Izzy 14:39 on 18/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Great Lecture Paypabak! I especially liked your advice Get it all, and log off! (exclamation point, mine) I too feel so torn between wanting to be present in IMs, but also needing to prepare content and post it.

      Some people use the SL “Busy” message, which seems like a decent idea, but I do want to be available and don’t want a sense that I’m too busy. Perhaps you’re right that writing time could go faster logged off. Even if you have to spend a minute or two of logging in to grab some detail, it might be worth it.

    • Izzy 14:45 on 18/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      In your post you stated,

      my first “lecture” on blogging. (It may be the only one. We shall see.)

      You might post more “lectures”. And someone else might also post 1 or more. So Blogging Class might consist of several posts on multiple websites. Each post or lecture might be valuable by itself, but it also might be nice, for Blogging Class or any other class: VR Photo 1 etc, to have a Class Home page where students can see everything available, with links to go Read-Watch-Do, and discussion space.

      How might these Class Home Pages look? A page here on MU/Talk with a collection of resources? Or should we collect elements here and put out an official page on the MU website for the course? The MU site is kind of like our University Catalog, so materials might go there. Or the speed & spontaneity of here. Or…

    • rmarie 16:42 on 18/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks Paypabak, this is great and I also will be watching for more “lectures.” The underlying message I got from your first post was to be organized and to be disciplined! Thank you for sharing your blogging methodology and recipe for blogging success!

    • Paypabak Writer 21:18 on 18/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      I am a mere blogger-in-residence and will leave the Big Brain concepts to my betters. I like posting to my blog–my count is my blife (sic), after all. It calls attention to MU to my myriad follows and allows for discussions either there or here. All this feedback has been wonderful. I am working on the next lecture, to be sure.

  • Xue 03:36 on 17/02/2015 Permalink | Reply


    Just a geek moment here – when you have Open Registration as we do here on MU/Talk, after a couple of days, the spambots find you and you’re flooded with bad registrations and spam posts. We’ve installed a “honeypot” that’s designed to block those registrations and it does block most of them. But some get through. So we manually delete those. If you register and find yourself unregistered the next day, just message Izzy or myself and we’ll fix that. Sorry for geek speak! And TY for your participation!

    • Newton 07:27 on 17/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you for the heads-up!

  • Newton 19:24 on 16/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

    Café Sophistry Curriculum 

    The goal of the Café Sophistry curriculum is to encourage the sharing of individual or collaborative artwork inspired-by our contemplation of facets of virtual existence.

    Section Organizers: Newton and RMarie Beedit

    March Section 1 Topic: Gender and Virtuality
    Part 1 Meeting: Sunday, March 1 at 8am SLT, Nostradamus 9

    April Section 2 Topic: Time – What is It?
    Part 1 Meeting: Sunday, April 12 at 8am SLT, Nostradamus 9

    May Section 3 Topic: The Popcorn Tear – Finding Virtual Forgiveness
    Part 1 Meeting: Sunday, May 3 at 8am SLT, Nostradamus 9

    • Izzy 03:30 on 17/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      This is powerful stuff Newton! You’re really taking MU’s game to the next level! Thank you so much for organizing these. And of course, Kiosk Posters, Group Messages, Full Court Press!

    • Newton 07:35 on 17/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you Izzy. We shall see. I think this is less complex than it may sound, and I certaily hope that it’s fun.

  • Tiffany Mosienko 14:06 on 16/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Greetings to the Medici University community. I am an artist-in-residence at Camilla 15 in Media Archaeology, a member of Yoko Ono College. I’ve created an homage to Yoko Ono using rubber stamps in my studio in honor of her birthday, Feb 18. My biological agent will be participating in Fluxfest Chicago 2015, honoring Fluxus artists with performance, mail art and intermedia in Chicago, USA this week. You can read all about it at my studio or on the web at http://andrewoleksiuk.blogspot.com. I am looking forward to meeting and friend~ing you inworld. I’ve been creating and researching for quite some time, so feel free to use me as a resource whether you see me in my studio or elsewhere.

    • Izzy 15:48 on 16/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you Ti! I just can’t say how much both Yoko Ono and Fluxus mean to us here at MU. There are few things more inspiring in this life than the long tradition of their work.

      I can’t encourage everyone too much to follow the link you’ve provided. What a wealth of information about this week’s activities!

      Be sure to share this info with KATYPERRYOPOLIS.club GM Amber Grantham! I’m not yet sure of this week’s schedule @KPO! but we should definitely have Fluxfest Week Night! This week’s planned Bonfire of the Vanities night can certainly burn just as bright in another week.

    • Newton 20:41 on 16/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you Ti. Your installation promises to be a feast!

    • Ti Mosienko 01:37 on 17/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      I love the enthusiasm generated here at Medici University. For researchers of Fluxus, the wonderful FluxusPerformanceWorkbook is available at http://www.thing.net/~grist/ld/fluxusworkbook.pdf and it is very suitable for reinterpretation in virtual spaces. Perhaps I will pull out my Dick Higgins poetry generator and Ray Johnson Fluxbox from “Magic Mushrooms” and share it with you in my studio. While Yoko Ono is among the most famous of the art historical Fluxus group, I am also fond of the work of Alison Knowles, Ray Johnson and Nam June Paik. The work of the original Fluxus artists (as named above, and many, many others) has inspired new generations of contemporary Fluxus practitioners, such as Reed Altemus, Allen Bukoff, Mark Bloch, Allan Revich, Bibiana Padilla Maltos, Catherine Mehrl Bennett, Picasso Gaglione, Adamandia Kapsalis, Jennifer Weigel, Darlene Domel and Keith Buchholz, just to name a few. Some of these folks will be performing in Chicago this week. Due to the rigorous terrestrial schedule, my inworld work this week will be limited. I will, however, make a point to share the flavor of Fluxfest with you all at Medici University.

    • Diptheria 06:00 on 17/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      This is so fantastic! More Fluxus! This is dear to my heart, I am sending two pieces of mail art out today (belated Valentine editions). I am also writing several event scores for SL performance. What a time to be alive!

  • Izzy 14:56 on 15/02/2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Veyot’s moving day video http vimeo com 119676330 

    Veyot’s moving day video!

    • Izzy 14:57 on 15/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      hmm… interesting Veyot – when you paste your URL as a comment, it’s only a URL… but when you paste it in a new post, bam, it’s a video!

      • AlexandreLois1 15:35 on 15/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

        It’s funny that I got to this video …. It turned out quite well.

    • Pearl Grey 17:06 on 15/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      I absolutely love this! It shows the spirit I see and feel at MU. Very well done Veyot!

    • rmarie 17:29 on 15/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Veyot this is so much fun to watch – thank you!!

  • Izzy 12:05 on 14/02/2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Medici University eliminates all students! Oh, and we canned the faculty too! http://mediciprincess.com/learners/

    • paypabak writer 22:51 on 14/02/2015 Permalink | Reply


    • Veyot 13:01 on 15/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      It’s fun to watch the learners move in. I made a short MUsic Video called Moving into MU, with the song “Let Me be Your Parachute” by Mirva.

  • Pearl Grey 21:20 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Photographic Arts Students ~

    Second Life Photography: A Designing Worlds Exploration part one, is available for viewing on the web. Part two will be shown live on Monday 2/16/15 at 2 p.m. SLT on Treet. TV and will be available for viewing on the web a few days later.


  • Izzy 16:36 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply
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    GO Paypabak, Pearl & Serra for being the first students on the MU Honor Roll!!

  • Izzy 12:17 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

    Creative Writing Department 

    M E D I C I U N I V E R S I T Y

    Office of The Provost

    Dear Annah, Astrid, Diptheria, Glad, Laney, Oona, Ravensong, Wendz & Paypabak,

    I’m pleased to inform you that the 9 of you comprise the largest department at MU!
    (More …)

    • Paypabak Writer 14:25 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      While I definitely agree with the advice “Read,” I think “Write” is even more important. I will follow your instructions. I have a post on my approach to blogging in SL in polish mode, but I will also pay attention to MU Talk. Now that I seem to have conquered Word Press’s Fortress of Password protocols, I will spend time here as well as inworld.

    • Ananda Crystal 19:02 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      here is my wattpad page if anyone would like to read a few little short, short stories. http://www.wattpad.com/user/tlynnbrown66

      I’d be up to getting together for writing sprints if anyone is interested!

    • Pearl Grey 20:58 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      I would like to be included please. My interdisciplinary Arts study is partially Creative Writing.

      I’m not quite ready to share my writing just yet. (My SL WordPress blog isn’t where I put my stash.) My strategy is to just write first, then study and edit, repetitively.

      I’d be more than happy to read the work of others.

  • Izzy 11:52 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    20 Artist’s Studios left!

    Aurelia – 1
    Camilla – 0
    Maria – 4
    Nostradamus – 7
    Tullia – 7
    Vashti – 1

    • Paypabak Writer 14:20 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Amazing! A very impressive list of people have signed on, too. Congratulations on this brilliant idea, Izzy!

      And Camilla filled up first? I wonder what it was about Camilla? I know I wanted to be somewhat away from the water. Maybe it’s because it is a midline cutting through the island? Anyone else have an idea?

      • Izzy 14:48 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

        Now 19 studios left, and Aurelia is also sold out!

    • rmarie 20:54 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Regarding Camilla, I think you’re right Paypa – that’s where the first studios were, and it goes through the center. The lighthouse is a magic vortex!

      • Vanessa 03:22 on 13/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

        OMG, the Lighthouse is NOT in lame-o Camilla! It’s in majestic Maria! Maria:7, thank you! 😀

        Ordinary avatars sleep in the dry caves of the highlands. They feel safe. They breathe stale air. They do not want higher powers.

        But the avatar who leaps the Eleonora gorge like a spear to plunge into the waters below, she is not like other avatars. All other neighborhoods live in sterile blocks of safety and predictability. Only Maria dares to straddle the chasm of the Eleonora Gorge. Its residents are avatars of insight and power.

        • Xta 21:46 on 14/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

          Maria sounds like the one for Ysidora! Please save her one. Thank you!!

          • Izzy 03:31 on 17/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

            Hello Xta! We’ve made a space for Ysidora at Maria:2. We can help setup anything she might like in terms of Display / Create / Perform etc…

            And it’d be great to do a form of In-world 1850Charla!

      • Vanessa 00:57 on 14/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

        Maria de’ Medici (1540–1557)

  • rmarie 06:19 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    M.U. Loose Schedule of Reality 

    University life is not all fun and games. It also prepares you for timelessness and weightlessness! Luckily we have a loose schedule to guide the process.

    Upcoming MU Highlights

    photo of university graduates

    Convocation & MU Pride Parade

    Sunday, March 1
    • 10am SLT – Convocation (up top at arrival area)
    • 10:15 – Parade through the campus neighborhoods
    • 11:00 – Dance Party @KATYPERRYOPOLIS!

    Photo of Agnes Sharple dancing in the fountain at Trafalgar Square in London and wearing a Kony 2012 t-shirt.

    Dance Anywhere

    • 27 March
    • Noon – 1pm SLT

    Mid-Term Exhibits and Events

    • Friday, April 11 – Sunday, April 19

    Jane’s Walk

    • 1, 2, 3 May

    Graduation Rites

    • Friday, 12 through Sunday, 14 of June

    Medici University Calendar of Classes and Events

    Class Creators:

    • Feature your scheduled event and time(s) on the Schedule Page on MU Talk.
    • For edit access to the M.U. google calendar, send your gmail address to rmarie.beedit at gmail.


    Class Seekers: To find a course, use these references to meet your sages!

    • Izzy 10:10 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      great schedule rmarie! One thing though, you’ve put graduation a full month before our LEA AIR ends on 30 June. Perhaps move it back a couple of weeks till 15 June or so?

    • Izzy 10:41 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Hey Chaplain, I was just reading Pearl’s beautiful post about her own challenges & triumphs. I think we need an MU Student Pride Parade.

      The 1 March Convocation itself could be the parade. Or, if you’d rather keep the Convocation a more traditional event, the Pride Parade could be, perhaps the day before, on Saturday 28 Feb, also at 10am SLT.

      • rmarie 16:06 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks for the great updates Izzy. The post is edited to reflect the changes. I have also updated the Google calendar.

    • Pearl Grey 21:09 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      For students who like face-to-face, more structured meetings, I plan on scheduling some office hours at differing times soon. There’s now a mailbox for notecards at my studio on Vashti 2.

      Feel free to IM pearlgrey resident or say hello when you see me at Medici.

      The audio on my laptop isn’t working so I don’t hear the ping of an IM and may not respond immediately.

    • rmarie beedit 18:06 on 13/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      There is now one scheduled class and some office hours on the calendar. If you have a class schedule, please post it on the MU Talk Class Schedule: http://mediciuniversity.co.uk/talk/schedule/ OR contact me and I will add your scheduled class to the calendar:


  • Pearl Grey 00:25 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    I first became aware of Medici University eight days ago. Through a series of winging- it steps, I’ve got myself a studio on Vashti 2, intending to study virtual photographic arts and creative writing.

    I’m not an academic and have been out of school for a long time. I also happen to have organ and brain damage from environmental toxins and other trauma. I’m gradually and brilliantly restoring myself.

    I’ve also faced some substantial discouragement and exclusion in Second Life. I’m passionate about demonstrating that I and my life matter as does my creativity.

    The set-up phase with the different sites here have been quite a challenge for me to navigate. When Izzy asked for help, I volunteered to encourage new students and somehow have obtained the title of Advisor of Students or something like that. I’ll put my heart into it. Feel free to help out if you’d like.

    I have a blog and Flickr:


    • Scarlett Luv 00:32 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      i am almost always logged in during the day as well as Scarlett Luv and would be happy to assist as well. I may not be on sim but iming me will surely have me drop what im doing and come to assist!

      • Izzy 10:35 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

        Fantastaic Pearl! Great Scarlett! Thank you so much for helping out!

        Yes Pearl, every place, MU, SL Help Island, A Prison in Siberia, A Tropical Island, they’re all opportunities to oppress or empower.

        Just about the most empowering thing I’ve ever seen anyone do is to stand up and say “I am here!” Or to shout it from your wheelchair. Or tap it out on a keyboard. I think that’s why the Pride Parade has always been such a powerful, beautiful, thing.

        Perhaps we should transform Chaplain Beedit’s Convocation on 1 March into a Pride Parade! Or schedule an MU Student Pride Parade shortly before or after that event.

    • Paypabak Writer 14:17 on 12/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for stepping up like this, Pearl! I will extend an Add next time I’m logged in but if you’re inworld before me, please add me so I can bet in touch. My blog is all about the stories I find in SL along with the experience of it.

      Winging it? That’s the best approach to take in SL! Stay in the moment and say Yes. See you soon!

  • Scarlett Luv 18:36 on 11/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Friday Feb. 13 I will be at the BrokeBrain clinic @ 11 am slt if anyone wants to come hang out for a group discussion!

  • Paypabak Writer 03:17 on 09/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    New post, mostly just a response to Veyot’s reblog of my previous post:


    • Veyot 11:15 on 09/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      And I have reblogged again, hoping to uncover all the MU community members on Tumblr. Next, I will run over to the copy machine in Tiffany Mosienko’s studio at Camilla 15 and make some copies to pass out on campus.

    • Izzy 13:07 on 10/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      That’s so great that you guys used the Kiosks for a game of Hide ‘n Seek! 😀

  • Izzy 21:59 on 08/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  


    OMG MU Has so many job openings! We need you!

  • rmarie 07:34 on 07/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Fertility Clinic 


    MU AF&S Director Dr. Renie Schollerer, aka “Aunt Renie,” has actualized the build for The Avatar Surrogacy & Fertility Clinic in Maria.  Dr. Schollerer followed a successful career in women’s health and pediatrics with a focus on avatar fertility. She is an expert on avatar reproductive systems. For those who are interested in advanced genetic engineering, I hear tell there will also be a first-of-its-kind “salad bar” of designer chromosomes from which to choose, and that the clinic also specializes in painless mesh baby birthing practices. What a wonderful confluence of science and art! We’ll be watching for grand opening parties.

    • Dr. Renie "Aunt Renie" Schollerer 08:40 on 07/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you for the lovely introduction rmarie!

      Yes, MU’s AF&SC needs to do some hiring! The facility needs:

      General Manager
      Attending Physician VR/OB/GYN
      Nurses (Delivery Room)
      Nurses (Chromosome Salad Bar)

      In addition to this staff, we’ll also be looking for Surrogacy Avatars, to help other avatars who want to start a family, but are unable or unwilling to personally carry their mesh baby to term.

      MU should also facilitate family adoptions. Perhaps that is out of the scope of AF&SC… so we may need a whole new facility! So much hiring to do!

      And most importantly, for those wishing to start families… whether by visiting the chromosome bar… or conceiving by traditional methods… or arranging for surrogacy… or by adoption… we welcome your visit to MU. We offer Virtual World Class service! From the MU Family to Your Family!

  • Paypabak Writer 02:31 on 06/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    New post: http://paywriter.tumblr.com/post/110213272967/medici-4

  • Izzy 16:34 on 05/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

    Campus Evolution! 

    panoramic view of the MU Campus at LEA23

    MU Campus, 5 Feb ’15

    I just added the 73rd photo to our MU Flickr Group and I took a moment to scroll through all the other 72 images that we’ve posted. When I got back to #1 I was shocked – a little bit by how different the campus looked, but even more by the date! OMG how much things have changed in just 11 days!

    Thank you all for being a part of this experiment / odyssey / investigation / celebration / drunk walk / poem of co-creation.

    panoramic view of the MU Campus at LEA23

    MU Campus, 25 Jan ’15

  • Izzy 04:00 on 05/02/2015 Permalink | Reply

    News Update! 

    poster of a busy dance club with superimposed text "Felicia Day Night"

    Felicia Day Night @KATYPERRYOPOLIS!


    Our danceteria’s grand opening is Saturday, 10pm SLT – Midnight w/ DJ Myra!

    Class of ’15


    We have a brand new Class of ’15 page that shows you what all your friends are up to and what Colleges & Programs everyone is in. If you want to invite more peeps to join us, there’s still space! Available studios here:


    We’re started posting your Student (& faculty & staff) profiles on the Student Union (KATYPERRYOPOLIS!) website. You can see a bunch if you scroll down:

    If you do, or do not have one, either way, it’d be great if you’d send me:

    1. Your Bio (or mission statement, or anything like that)
    2. Your Photo
    3. Any links, like Blog, Website, etc
    4. Any Social Media Links, like Twitter, Facebook, etc

    And we’ll get you updated!

  • rmarie 21:36 on 03/02/2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Chaplain’s Update 


    You who bring so much inspiration, excitement, experience, and essentialness,

    With the influx of artists, students, and faculty arriving at MU in prep for the semester, the much-awaited materialisation of a bar on campus happened last night. This essential infrastructure is located on the East Side of the bridge over the Eleonora Gorge. It is called BBC Brewery. Izzy and Vanessa, your branding and innovation should make every virtual campus vibrate with beer-induced (and other-induced) inspiration.

    Along other inspirational lines: the kiosks! Of course they are intended to be informational, but random kiosk art will be such a fun way to get people moving around and looking at things. As Izzy announced in VB Friends: Add MediciUniversity as a friend get edit perms on the kiosks.

    (As one always in search of new manifestos and screeds, I find this latest kiosk development most exhilarating.)

    Please note: The Chaplain will be IRL for 3 or 4 days, but will be checking this forum as well as the class schedule.

    RM Beedit
    Medici University Chaplain
    structi essent structurae solveris


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