Medhue Simoni is doing a live stream YouTube presentation on Second Life™ subjects. You can catch his previous live streams, now videos, on his YouTube channel.
For now he plans to start a stream between 8 and 9 AM SLT. I caught this one live. YouTube provides a live chat channel to go with the stream.
I think Medhue is winging it through the presentations, extemporaneous. There are sufficient and-huh’s, a bit of ramble, and several false starts. But, the information is good. Scripting the presentation, working from an outline, and quick rehearsals all before the live presentation can greatly improve it. But, it is more work.
The video as it appears today at 8:45 AM SLT is unedited. So, there is about 4 minutes of Medhue setting things up. He apparently uses NVIDIA for his stream. I haven’t used that. I do use OBS.
The YouTube quality is a bit of a problem. During the presentation, I was getting a lower resolution. After the presentation, I could display it at 720p60, which was pretty crisp on my 1080 screen. I was displaying it at full screen.
Hearing a sip in the live stream, the big question becomes… coffee, tea, hot chocolate, amaretto?
Also, this stream was made from inside SL. If that were always the case, it would just be a matter of time until the griefers find him, which could be funny or annoying… But, you could attend the presentation, if he gave out anything other than the YouTube URL. Since he was using SL Voice you could pretty much follow it. But, the YouTube version is more complete for you and safer for him.
He takes donations for the presentations. So, if you want them to continue encourage him by attending and donating.