Yesterday, Polygon published a extended feature on artist AM Radio, written by Wagner James Au: AM Radio: the Banksy of Second Life. It's an enlightening read, providing not only an overview of AM's work, but also his reflections — or more properly put, his personal, real life reflections as Jeff Berg — on his career in the virtual art world. It's been in development for several months, and it's nice to finally see it in print.
I was delighted to receive a visit to The Far Away (AM's only remaining build) yesterday evening by Ebbe Linden, who stopped by after reading the article, and I caught up with him after he teleported to my gallery, which is overhead. Joined eventually by Jessica Belmer and a few other friends, we had a lively talk about AM, the next generation virtual world and other stuff, and Ebbe even chipped in with a contribution to support The Far Away (thanks!).