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For two days Second Life's favourite and most watched media network is throwing open its doors in a bonanza of style, content and fun. All your favourite Treet shows have booths and events happening during the two day event which will blow your socks off (even if you're barefoot).

The Expo will be held on Tropical Treet (http://slurl.com/secondlife/Tropical%20Treet/134/214/22) with a mixture of scheduled events and high profile shenanigans going on through out the weekend. There's hunts, prizes, freebies, music, live shows and a chance for you to be on TV.

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The Follow, one of the most popular rock bands in SL, will be joining Matt Ryan on stage at Daily PWN studios in Northpoint. The interview will cover a range of topics spanning from the technology used to deliver the band's sound to a live audience in a virtual world, how playing in a virtual world has impacted their popularity and what fans can look for in the future.

You can join us to see the interview live on Thursday 9.9.2010 at Daily PWN studios on Northpoint Treet Island.

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It has been a great first season for The Daily PWN Weekly Review. The show with the odd name has gone through so many changes since episode 1. Our final show of the season has arrived and can be found here.

One big thing that makes this show exciting to work on is that it is the first show on Treet produced entirely independently. It started as an experiment to see how this form of third-party production would work and so far, things have been pretty fantastic.

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Jack Belvedere @ The Daily PWN: Jack Belvedere post interview at The Daily PWNJack Belvedere @ The Daily PWN: Jack Belvedere post interview at The Daily PWN All right, Mr Belvedere. This interview was an interesting one to get, I've been associated with GOHA since it was in Season 2 and I've done a lot of work with them, captaining a side in the 3rd Season, Commissionaire of The Euro League in the 5th Season, Designer of Hockey Jerseys for both the Euro League and an All Star event. I've known Jack longer than 90% of my friends lists. He was best man at my wedding and he's an awesome guy.

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In this weeks exciting enthralling and quite literally brilliant episode of The Daily PWN, Matt discusses StarCraft 2, Little Big Planet 2 and much much more too!

Ok this episode I didn't do much for, there are no "Auggie Cam's" I did not write the script (though I did get Matt to change a few words and laughed at him when he flubbed lines).

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Pooky Amsterdam @ The Daily PWNPooky Amsterdam @ The Daily PWNIt's always strange talking about a show that's pre-recorded but that's not going to stop me.

Pooky Amsterdam is such a wonderful person, and this interview was shot before the Paisley interview that aired last week. This was actually my first time shooting stuff that would be on The Daily PWN.

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This week we review Plain Sight for the PC featuring multiplayer combat between suicidal ninja robots. We also take a look at a trailer for Chaos Rings, an RPG made especially for the iPhone OS and enjoy a conversation with the host of 1st Question on the Treet TV network. Please send in your answer to the question of the week: What is your favorite NES game?

More Here:
http://treet.tv/shows/dailypwn/episodes/plain-sight

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Sure the M's keep rolling in (was it a slight nod to Pooky having M Linden on The 1st Question a couple of weeks ago? Who knows).

This was the first episode of the show that I was directly involved in and featured the finished (for now) version of the new set. How does it play? Well the set I believe looks dynamic while not being too overwhelming and the content was interesting before my involvement I just think it's more accessible now.

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In this episode of the Daily PWN Weekly Review, we discuss business in virtual worlds with Dusan Writer, the CEO of Remedy Communications and owner of Metanomics on Treet.tv. We also take a look at an old multiplayer game that has managed to thrive for over twenty-five years. Trade Wars dominated the world of BBS games and lives on through telnet and other adaptations. All this and more in this exciting edition of The Daily PWN Weekly Review.

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I'm very excited to announce the newest edition of The Daily PWN is up on the site.

This week we take a look at Trine, MUDs and Star Trek: Online. Have you ever wondered what the first massively multiplayer online games were? Have you wondered how the new Star Trek Online game plays? Which platform puzzle game has the best value on the market today? Let Matt Ryan answer these questions and more on this edition of The Daily PWN Weekly Review.

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