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10/19/2007
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Mitch Wagner
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YouTube Has A Video Preview Of The "CSI: New York" Second Life Episode

The crime scene investigators of CSI: New York go into Second Life to catch a killer next week, and the preview is up on YouTube.. The video shows a tech customizing an avatar. And then they go do some kind of gladiator thingie in-world. ZOMG, this is so exciting!!!!

The crime scene investigators of CSI: New York go into Second Life to catch a killer next week, and the preview is up on YouTube.. The video shows a tech customizing an avatar. And then they go do some kind of gladiator thingie in-world. ZOMG, this is so exciting!!!!

Srsly, it does look cool -- I'll be watching.

The producers of CSI: New York, last week announced a cross-media initiative in Second Life. They'll devote their Oct.24 episode, and another in February, to solving a murder of a woman who's popular in Second Life. They're also opening an area in Second Life devoted to CSI-based role-playing games.

Also, on another, very diferent show: Dwight from The Office is getting into Second Life.

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