The Linden Prize is given annually by linden labs and gives "one Second Life Resident or team with $10,000 USD for an innovative inworld project that improves the way people work, learn and communicate in their daily lives outside of the virtual world."
The Linden Prize winner for 2010 is The Tech Virtual Museum Workshop. Launched in 2007, The Tech Virtual Workshop seeks ways of bringing faster and more collaborative exhibit development to museums worldwide using an online platform.
Their build allows users to experiment with different ways of presenting information in SecondLife with an immersive, hands-on approach.
Visit the Tech Virtual Museum Workshop inword at: http://slurl.com/secondlife/The%20Tech%202/189/212/34
Or visit their website http://thetechvirtual.org/projects/places-of-invention
Other nominees include:
1)The Power of Story: Karuna and the Uncle D Story Quest
2) The Library and Archives at NASA CoLab in Second Life
3) The Nonprofit Commons in Second Life
4) Open University: A Third Place in Second Life
6) sionChicken and sionCorn
7) Skoolaborate: Engaging all Students for Learning
8) Teaching, Research, Art, Architecture: The University of Western Australia (UWA)
9) Virtual Helping Hands
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