It was originally planned to be a community college but after careful consideration of the work involved in such a venture Manitou Tourism CAO Winter Silversmith has decided to change the intention of the new building in Manitou.
"It would be far too much work co-ordinating schedules and finding such a limited spectrum of activities involving the arts and literature" Winter said in a press conference this morning. "I have decided that this building will now best serve the interests of the Great Canadian Grid as an archive of avatar information. We will store notecards full of text concerning everything from roleplay, to avatar rights, to every day life in the GCG. This will be a source for everyone to visit, take all the free information available, and perhaps even contribute." The Archive, currently managed by Winter Silversmith, is inviting any and all members of the Great Canadian Grid to contribute notecards of information. The Archives already contain RolePlays from theRiverLands and several versions of the Declaration of Avatar Rights, all information free and contained in copy-able bookcases. "The bookcases containing information are slightly taller than the empty ones, this will become less notable as we fill all of the cases with information" explained Winter.
The new Manitou Archives of the Avatar is located at 9 Sawney Close, Midland region in Manitou, GCG. It is still building the archives, a project that will never end, and will be open to the public by the end of day November 21st. Contributions can be made inworld only to Winter Silversmith via notecard.
"Information will be organized loosely on the Dewey Decimal System and your notecard name has to be as detailed as possible. Do not send me a notecard with the name like 'all about me' and expect it to end up in the archives. You need to give it a name like, for example, 'biography of Winter Silversmith November 18 2016'. The information is already public and free, this gives everyone a place to research your roleplay, your business, or whatever, it's an archive of our existence in the metaverse" said Winter.
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