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You can Jump to F2F Node Signup
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or read our explanation below

Avatars on a big screen, in song with the group at a VOCE at Siggraph 1997, Los Angeles

One of the best ways to experience Avatars98 is to get some friends together, connect one or more computers to the net and get inside cyberspace as a team, hosting a special event in-world sometime during November 21st. We have been doing these events for years at our various conferences and special events and they are a blast. They are sometimes called cyberphysical happenings. Add to this your own webcam broadcast and you can give everyone out there a look at your F2F node. A lot of spots have already signed up.

Why don't you tell us what you would like to do in-world and in-person on the big day in one or more of the conference worlds by filling out our convenient form below? Also, dont forget to get signed up on the Newsfeed for updates.

Signup to be a Face to Face Node of Avatars98

F2F Node Submission Form
About You as Host and Your Location
(all items in bold are required, the rest is optional)

 Your name:    

 Your preferred title:    

The name of your sponsoring insititution if any:    

 Your email address so people can contact you:
The physical address of your location (even if it is just city and country):
URL for your location if any:
URL for a JPG format of picture of your location if any:
URL for your personal hompage as host if any:
URL for JPEGs produced by your webcam, if any:
Description of what will happen at your Node if you have something special planned:

Local time your nodal event will begin (in 24 hour notation, with time zone indicated:
hour (in 24 hour notation)
time zone (if not selected, your local time is assumed)
(we recommend setting your session between 8am US PST and 12 midnight US PST)

The primary world platform you will use (we recommend Active Worlds at minimum):

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