WisCon 39 is now over, sadly. It was mostly pretty great. Lots of wonderful, deep and important conversations; superb panels; some surprisingly good gaming; and general fannish enjoyment a-plenty. I feel both ebullient and exhausted. More later!
And with my Minicon 50 posts finally written up, I’m heading off to WisCon! I’m not scheduled for a lot that’s gaming-related, and it looks like I might even have a schedule conflict or two, but here’s my relevant schedule … Continue reading
Minicon 50 was overall very good. There were more than twice the usual number of members, which meant that it had a very lively feeling. Even though the total membership was about the same as WisCon, it didn’t feel as … Continue reading
I managed to get a fair amount of actual gaming done at and around Minicon 50: Star Traders: The aforementioned pre-con game. It was nice to have this before the game, because as I mentioned, it seems like it’s getting … Continue reading
This one was apparently opposite some very popular panels; the audience was rather small. It was therefore a missed opportunity to spread enjoyment of the amazing stuff Iain Banks wrote. But the audience was also composed mostly of people who … Continue reading
I’ve been running this quite a bit at recent cons. It’s a lot of fun. We ended up with a world with some pretty weird physics: light moves in discrete packets, sound is faster than light, gravity is bouncy and … Continue reading
Now that it’s nearly a month after Minicon, and there have even been other cons since then, I should probably start writing things up a bit more briefly, lest I never get these done. Work continues to be busy, but … Continue reading