Mass Luminosity Appoints New Chairman of the Board

Mass Luminosity today announced the appointment of Geoffrey Osborn as Chairman of the Board of Directors. In addition to his new role at Mass Luminosity, Geoffrey Osborn leads Hunt Realty Investments’ legal department, manages the creation and oversight of operating partnerships investing nationally in a wide array of projects, and provides legal guidance to Hunt Realty’s other operating and asset investments. Prior to joining Hunt Realty in 2000, Mr. Osborn was a partner with the law firm of Thompson & Knight in Dallas. He began his legal practice in 1985, after receiving his Juris Doctor Degree, with honors, from the University of Texas. He also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Radio-Television-Film, with high honors, from the University of Texas.

“I am honored to assume the role of Chairman of this dynamic company,” Geoffrey Osborn said. “The world-wide community of gaming and technology devotees drawn to this social experience is formidable and growing by the day. I am convinced that Angel Munoz has created a company that, true to its name, provides a brilliant, freeing alternative to the constraints imposed by customary social media networks.”

Posted on 18 April 2014 | .PDF Version

BAWLS Becomes a Sponsor of Mass Luminosity

Mass Luminosity announced today that BAWLS, producer of the award-winning BAWLS Guarana - a refreshing, highly-caffeinated soda - has become a sponsor of the Mass Luminosity community, and a marketing partner in Mass Luminosity's social media promotional campaigns directed at PC gamers and tech enthusiasts from around the globe. [More...]

Posted on 3 April 2014 | .PDF Version

Mass Luminosity Unveils Loot Drop Technology

Mass Luminosity unveiled its new Loot Drop Technology™ to the community of gamers. Loot Drop is a patent pending technology from Mass Luminosity, developed to enhance the social media experience of active Gaming Tribe members. The technology can also be ported to other social media experiences. Loot Drop uses a random selection protocol, but the global pool of eligible participants is derived based on algorithms that measure social media popularity, engagement and participation. [More...]

Posted on 21 March 2014 | .PDF Version