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Heading up to FanimeCon… (and some Important Announcements!)

Apologies for the radio silence, but between work (crazy busy with the added fun of rush deadlines, joy!), the Great Move, and FanimeCon, I’ve been a pretty busy boy.  But, deities willing, I’ll be on my way to San Jose (do you know the way?  ha!) tomorrow evening, and will be snaking my way through Reg Hell sometime Friday morning/early afternoon.

Naturally I’ll be blogging (as time, energy level, and bandwidth permits), and I’ll also once again activate the AudioBoo gateway, so you should be able to hear short audio updates as I find things that interest me enough to yak about ’em.  Those will come out on the podcast feed.

But more importantly, I have some announcements about my panel.  First of all, I now know what room my podcasting panel will be in.  (As a reminder, that’s scheduled for Sunday the 30th at high noon.)  We’ll be in Panels 1 (Marriott Salon 1:2).  So if you’ve ever wondered what this whole podcasting fuss is about, or wanted to know how I run this three-ring circus we call Otaku no Podcast, come on by!

BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE!!!  (or, as the great Steve Jobs would say, “…There is one more thing.”)

Thanks to some cancellations in the panels schedule, I will now be doing ANOTHER PANEL!  Yes, you read correctly.  My friend Dave and I will be presenting a panel, “Con Photography: Shoot to Win!”, which is currently scheduled for Sunday May 30th from 9pm to 10pm in Panels 3 (Marriott Salon 4:6).  Yes, as the title implies, we’ll be talking all about the tips and techniques that you can use to get those awesome cosplay shots.  Whether you’re a total photography n00b or fancy yourself to be the next Ansel Adams, whether you own an uber-crappy point and shoot you picked up for 20 bucks at a Wal*Mart or a DSLR with more knobs and dials on it than the space shuttle, you’re sure to pick up some tips, techniques, and gear recommendations that are sure to improve your photography.  (Or at the very least we’ll entertain you with our lame geek humor.)

One last thing: the full FanimeCon schedule is now online for your viewing pleasure.  Now you might be asking “So what’s the best way of keeping up with those inevitable schedule changes that are bound to happen?”  Well, FanimeCon has a Twitter account (which they actually use quite liberally throughout the con, for things such as schedule changes and event announcements).  But if you have one of those newfangled cell phones that can surf the Intarwebs, then you’ll be thrilled to learn that FanimeCon has a spiffy mobile website version of their schedule.  Just type in in your phone’s web browser, and behold the marvels of modern technology.  It even has a nifty search function.  Schweet!

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