Monthly Archives: September 2006

Too Much Dragon*Con!

I’ve been blogging incessantly about Dragon*Con and all things con-ish. I just can’t take it anymore (even though I have at least 2 more posts coming, including the one featuring Hot Babes!) On to more important things: Skepticality is a … Continue reading

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Dragon*Con Review: Miscellaneous

Part V of an n part series. See here, here, here, and here for others. Lots of stuff, I’m telling you TONS of stuff, goes on at Dragon*Con. You can party almost 24 hours a day on the planned activities … Continue reading

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Dragon*Con Review: Podcasting

Part IV in an n part series. See here, here, and here for others. One of the session tracks at Dragon*Con concerned Podcasting in its various forms. I did not attend any sessions except one, which was hosted by, among … Continue reading

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Dragon*Con Review: Jim Butcher

I felt that having a humongous post about everything that went on at Dragon*Con would be a bit absurd. Here is installment III of the post. Jim Butcher is the author of the Dresden Files. He attended Dragon*Con this year … Continue reading

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Dragon*Con Review: Blowing Shit UP!

I felt that having a humongous post about everything that went on at Dragon*Con would be a bit absurd. Here is installment II of the series. Gaming has been a part of my hobby set since I was 10 or … Continue reading

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Dragon*Con 2006

Wahhhhhh!!!!!! As you may notice from the categories tags, Dragon*Con was a multi-threaded, awesomely spectacular, ravingly cool, devastatingly delicious weekend. There’s so much to talk about, I’m not sure where to start. This will probably end up being a multiple … Continue reading

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